Healthcare and Clinical Research, Informed Consent, Patient Autonomy, and Surrogate Decision-Makers
Wednesday, May 11, 2016
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Learn some of the history of bioethics and of clinical research that has led the field of bioethics to its current state in healthcare and clinical research enterprises.
Learn the Four Pillars that govern all bioethics decisions, the Eight Principles of Ethical Clinical Research, the roles of the stakeholders in clinical research, and how to resolve conflicts that often arise when applying the Four Pillars or the Eight Principles.
Learn the fundamentals of informed consent, patient autonomy, and surrogate decision-making in the healthcare and clinical research industries. Finally, you will learn some of the history of federal legislation that impacts bioethics today.
The series is designed to bring in experts in the research industry to present current topics. Participants are eligible to earn one CNE for each webinar at no cost. These can be applied to most research recertification. You must register to attend the webinar.
This event is part of the monthly CRM Webinar Wednesday Series presented by the Clinical Research Management (CRM) program at the ASU College of Nursing & Health Innovation.
About the presenter
Jeffrey A. King received his bachelor’s in finance from Arizona State University and his J.D. from the Indiana University School of Law – Bloomington. He has practiced law in Phoenix and Tucson for over 27 years, focusing on the representation of healthcare providers.
King is a former VP and General Counsel of the University of Arizona Health Network, Inc., where he was the attorney responsible for advising the University of Arizona Medical Center’s Bioethics Committee.
King has presented on the issue of bioethics at the American Association of Health Lawyers’ annual Fundamentals of Health Law program. He lives in Tucson with his wife, son, three dogs and the occasional rattlesnake and Gila monster.