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Ethical issues in uterine transplantation

Koplin JJ, Kendal E

Despite a recent surge of bioethical attention, ethical analysis of uterine transplantation is still in its early stages, and many of the key ethical issues remain underexamined and unresolved. In...
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How to Deal with the Concept of Authorship and the Approval of an Institutional Review Board When Writing and Editing Journal Articles

Huh S

This paper examined the concept of ‘authorship,’ the ‘approval of an institutional review board (IRB),’ and the authorship dispute and IRB issues resolution process. Descriptions were based on international guidelines...
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Mediation Effect of Biomedical Ethics Awareness between Moral Sensitivity and Perceived Ethical Confidence among Nursing Students

Kim EA, Kim NY

Purpose This study was done to identify the mediating effect of biomedical ethics awareness in the relationship between moral sensitivity and perceived ethical confidence among nursing students. Methods Participants were 211 nursing students...
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Factors Influencing Attitude Toward Advance Directive in Nursing Students

Kim HJ

PURPOSE: The purpose of this study was to identify nursing students’ knowledge and attitude toward advance directives and factors influencing the attitude. METHODS: A cross-sectional survey design was used and 196...
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Factors Influencing Withdrawal of Life-Sustaining Treatment in Tertiary General Hospital Workers -Knowledge and Attitude of Organ Donation and Transplantation, Awareness of Death, Knowledge and Perception of Hospice Palliative Care-

Je NJ, Hwa JS

PURPOSE: This descriptive study was conducted to examine factors that affect hospital workers in their decision to withdraw from life-sustaining treatment, such as knowledge, attitude, and perception of organ donation,...
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A Review on the Change of Health Policy Based on Ethical Issues

Lee DH, Kim SY, Sohn M

Health policy is a historical product in the process of development, including the political and economic factors of the state as well as the social and cultural elements of the...
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Penal provisions of Bioethics Law: problems and improvements

Ha TY

Chapter 9 of the Bioethics Law has several problems due to strict research standards and strong penalties. Therefore, biomedical researchers in Korea have raised several objections to this Law. To...
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IRB review points for studies utilizing paraffin blocks archived in the pathology laboratory

Kim YJ, Jeong CR, Park JS

In the personalized medicine era, utilizing paraffin blocks in pathology archives for investigating human diseases has come into the limelight. This archived material with clinical data will reduce the research...
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Let Archived Paraffin Blocks Be Utilized for Research with Waiver of Informed Consent

Kim YJ, Park JS, Ko K, Jeong CR

Advances in biomedical and genetic research have contributed to more effective public health improvement via bench-to-bed research and the emergence of personalized medicine. This has certainly showcased the importance of...
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Subjectivity about Bioethics among Nursing Students with Experience Volunteering in Elderly Care Facilities

Chu MS, Hwang YY

PURPOSE: This study aims to determine the bioethical subjectivity of nursing students with experience volunteering in elderly care facilities, and the characteristics that comprise the types thereof. METHODS: Q methodology, which...
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Impact of Biomedical Ethics Awareness and Ethical Values in Nursing Student on Their Attitudes towards DNR

Kim MY, Mun MY

PURPOSE: The purpose of this study was to identify how nursing students' awareness of biomedical ethics and ethical values affect their attitudes towards a do-not-resuscitate (DNR) order. METHODS: This cross-sectional correlation...
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Awareness of Nursing Students' Biomedical Ethics and Attitudes toward Withdrawal of Life-Sustaining Treatment

Kim GM, Sung KS, Kim EJ

PURPOSE: This study was done to analyze nursing students' attitudes to life-sustaining treatment by measuring their awareness of biomedical ethics and resulting attitude toward withdrawal of life-sustaining treatment. METHODS: This study...
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Affecting Factors of the Awareness of Biomedical Ethics in Nursing Students

Chong YR, Lee YH

PURPOSE: This study was conducted to examine awareness of biomedical ethics, and to identify affecting factors of the awareness of biomedical ethics in nursing students. METHODS: The subjects consisted of 266...
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Legal and Ethical Use of Biospecimens in Research Following Major Revision of the Bioethics and Safety Act

Chang YJ, Kong SY

The recent revision of the Bioethics and Safety Act has created some confusion as to the appropriate use of biospecimens in research. Here, to avoid misunderstandings, we outline the changes...
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Analysis of Human Tissue Management Models for Medical Research: Preparation for Implementation of the 2012 Revision of the Bioethics and Safety Act of Korea

Ryu YJ, Kim H, Jang S, Koo YM

Efficient management of human tissue samples is a critical issue; the supply of samples is unable to satisfy the current demands for research. Lack of informed consent is also an...
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Nursing Students' Awareness of Biomedical Ethics and Attitudes toward Death of Terminal Patients

Kim YH, Yoo YS, Cho OH

PURPOSE: The aim of this study was to investigate nursing students' awareness of biomedical ethics and attitudes toward death of terminal patients. METHODS: A structured questionnaire was developed to examine nursing...
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Current Status, Challenges, Policies, and Bioethics of Biobanks

Kang B, Park J, Cho S, Lee M, Kim N, Min H, Lee S, Park O, Han B

Many biobanks were established as biorepositories for biomedical research, and a number of biobanks were founded in the 1990s. The main aim of the biobank is to store and to...
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Institutional Review Boards and Bioethical Issues for Otologists and Audiologists

Park MK, Lee BD

Otologists and audiologists care for patients and conduct clinical research to find more effective treatments that benefit patients. Institutional Review Board (IRB) permission is necessary for conducting clinical trials on...
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Proposal for the development of a human biological material management system for research hospitals

Ryu YJ, Kim H, Jang S

In this paper, the authors suggest more effective conditions for human tissue preparation in research hospitals. Because recent genetic and molecular studies have contributed to the rapid development of molecular...
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Legal and Ethical Consideration in the Use of Human Biological Material

Ryu Y, Shin B, Kim BH, Kim A, Kim H

  • KMID: 2277598
  • Korean J Pathol.
  • 2010 Apr;44(2):111-116.
Traditionally, pathologists have used human biological material primarily for diagnostic purposes. More recently, advances in biomedical technology and changes in the research environment have placed new demands on pathologists and...
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