The Nuremberg Code is a set of principles for human experimentation set as a result of the Nuremberg trials at the end of the Second World War. Specifically, they were in response to the inhumane Nazi human experimentation carried out during the war.
- nuremburg_code.pdf (14.92 KB)
The Declaration of Helsinki, developed by the World Medical Association, is a set of ethical principles for the medical community regarding human experimentation. It was originally adopted in June 1964 and has since been amended multiple times.
- helsinki.pdf (102.61 KB)
Completion of the web-based education course is required for all investigators and research team members, regardless of the source or type of funding.Recertification is required every 3 years after initial certification. Researchers must take the Basic Course for your Learner Group for recertification. After this, you are only required to complete the Refresher Course for recertification. Recertification is required every 3 years.
The Belmont Report is a report created by the former United States Department of Health, Education, and Welfare (which was renamed to Health and Human Services) entitled "Ethical Principles and Guidelines for the Protection of Human Subjects of Research" and is an important historical document in the field of medical ethics. The report was created on April 18, 1979 and gets its name from the Belmont Conference Center where the document was drafted.
- The_Belmont_Report.pdf (61.94 KB)