[Your Name] [Instructor Name] [Course Number] [Date] Research Regulation. From time in memorial human form tendencies that get inscribed in their DNA. Through evolution these knowledge inscribed enable one to be aware both on a conscience and a subconscious level. In this case humans have always displayed a tendency toward selfishness. Mostly this is a survival instinct. Modernized selfish come across more readily because we have all we need so it is stripped down to the self. This human nature is demonstrated more readily in a feel for concern for oneself. This affects grab the attention of a wider audience decline will begin immediately. In essence the Institutional Review Boards should have roots in all research institutions becoming all-knowing in all areas and research conditions. Prevention is better than a cure this is important because instead of risking patients’ lives impacting the cultural values and morals of other. It is important to learn from failures for the sake of preventing another catastrophe. The future researcher and the participants cannot afford the mistakes being made today and cannot support the unjustified misfortune and misconduct of unregulated research. [...]
Please note, this assignment is more than simply an exercise in critical thinking. It is also an exercise in civic engagement and active citizenship. You are to set out how you think research should be regulated in the United States and Canada and then, if you wish, you can forward your perspective to others.. You should address the following questions in writing your Op-Ed: Based on the information presented above in the five case studies, you are to voice your view on how Institutional Review Boards (in the U.S.) and/or Review Ethics Boards (in Canada) should enforce a set of common rules regarding research. How much freedom should researchers be allowed in conducting their research? What regulations should be enforced to prevent the abuse of research subjects and ensure, more generally, that the research strives to promote positive benefits for the larger society sponsoring it? Please remember, it is strongly preferred that you focus on the above information and only the above information in writing your Op-Ed. The emphasis is not on citing a host of additional sources. Rather it is on thinking critically about the information presented here. Also, offering a host of references at the end of your essay, common in academic writing, is rare in Op-Eds. You need not reference any and all sources. You should use quote marks, for example, to indicate when you directly quote a section (or sections) of this assignment. But you need not include the reference itself since the source is self-evident.You should only use references for direct quotes from sources outside this assignment.