Medical Device Design Projects: When Do Students Become Human Subjects?
On April 27, 2017, Andrew Brightman, PhD gave a presentation on whether students designing medical devices and performing research on themselves should be treated as human subjects and follow the same ethical regulations as other studies involving human subjects. The video of the presentation can be accessed with the link above. The presentation lasts approximately 45 minutes and is followed by approximately 14 minutes of discussion.
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