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Re: nasty things

Posted by Dr. Bob on December 29, 2005, at 1:00:20

In reply to Re: consent procedures pseudoname, posted by alexandra_k on December 28, 2005, at 21:40:53

> who decides this isn't research?

Only the IRB may determine whether research qualifies as exempt. I suppose it wouldn't hurt to ask? Would you like to argue that it should be considered research? I could include a statement from you...

> when dr-bob gave a seminar a while back he asked people to post (offer data) about their experiences and there people were required to give informed consent before hand.

That was for a publication, not a seminar...

> my understanding... is that there are ethical committees and safegards in order to protect people from some nasty things that can happen that they may not fully appreciate if left to their own devices.

> I wouldn't have thought they would be terribly interested in a particular posters experience...
> I mean... How many first meetings with p-docs tend to go well? How much do they tend to care about your experience? How much do they tend to undermine your experience because they are thinking more to establish some point or other (mostly to themselves)?

So you're concerned that nasty things might happen to the posters? Because the psychiatrists might not care about them? And you want them to be protected?

> If it does go badly for someone or more than one someone...
> Well. It is wise to cover ones *ss.

And you're concerned about me and want me to be protected, too?





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