What is the role of an Institutional Review Board (IRB)? How does an IRB protect the rights of human subjects participating in research?

Legal and Ethical Principles in Health Care HLT-305

Assignment Due Date: August 9, 2015 @ 12 pm

Please answer all questions and sub-questions

(A)

What is the role of an Institutional Review Board (IRB)? How does an IRB protect the rights of human subjects participating in research?

Word Count: 150-200 words with reference and in-text citation.

(B)

Researchers often advertise their research participation opportunities on the radio and in towns with a large student population. Research participants receive information about the studies and are typically paid for their time or participation. Do you believe this is an ethical approach to research? Why or why not?

Word Count: 150-200 words with reference and in-text citation.

Quality in Health Care HCA-450

(C)

Discuss the history of the concept of the adoption of EMRs by the health care industry: What are the various forces involved in mandates and regulations affecting the adoption of EMRs? What do you see as the advantages gained by adopting EMR and what are the disadvantages?

Word Count: 150-200 words with reference and in-text citation.

(D)

What are some challenges and disadvantages to incorporating and utilizing technology in an organization? How has new technology assisted with measuring and delivering quality care? Please provide an example of how you have seen technology change the way you receive health care.

Word Count: 150-200 words with reference and in-text citation.

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