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  1. Human remains

    Human remains The term “human remains” comprises human tissue, organs and skeletons. Although the expression is used primarily ... primarily to refer to the remains of parts of human bodies, it can also mean whole, preserved corpses. The challenges associated with

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  2. Guidelines for research ethics on human remains

    edition, July 2016. Guidelines for research ethics on human remains Scope of the guidelines The overarching framework for these ... Ethics in the Social sciences, Humanities, Law and Theology.[1] In the present guidelines, «human remains» are understood to mean intact

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  3. Members of The National Committee for Research Ethics on Human Remains

    Members of The National Committee for Research Ethics on Human Remains

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  4. The National Committee for Research Ethics on Human Remains

    The National Committee for Research Ethics on Human Remains The National Committee for Research Ethics on ... Committee for Research Ethics on Human Remains The National Committee for Research Ethics on Human Remains was set up 2008 by the Norwegian

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  5. The National Committee for Research Ethics on Human Remains

    The National Committee for Research Ethics on Human Remains The National Committee for Research Ethics on ... Committee for Research Ethics on Human Remains The National Committee for Research Ethics on Human Remains was set up 2008 by the Norwegian

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  6. Contact The National Committee for Research Ethics on Human Remains

    Contact The National Committee for Research Ethics on Human Remains Contact: Director Lene Os Johannessen: lene.os.johannessen@etikkom

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  7. Form for ethical evaluation of research on human remains

    Form for the ethical evaluation of research on human remains Download the Form for the ethical evaluation ... evaluation of research on human remains Download the Form for the ethical evaluation of research on human remains here For further guidance

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  8. About The National Committee for Research Ethics on Human Remains

    Committee for Research Ethics on Human Remains The National Committee for Research Ethics on Human Remains was set up 2008 by the Norwegian ... aspects of research where the source material consists of human remains which are in public museums and collections, or which will

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  9. Who can consult The National Committee for Research Ethics on Human Remains?

    Who may consult The National Committee for Research Ethics on Human Remains? Translation pending. Download Form for ethical ... Research Ethics on Human Remains? Translation pending. Download Form for ethical evaluation of research on human remains.

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  10. Ask The National Committee for Research Ethics on Human Remains for advice

    Ask The National Committee for Research Ethics on Human Remains for advice Cases are processed and evaluated in committee meetings

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  11. Márquez-Grant, Nicholas & Linda Fibiger (eds.)

    Márquez-Grant, Nicholas & Linda Fibiger ... (eds.) (2011): The Routledge Handbook of Archaeological Human Remains and Legislation. Abingdon, Routledge

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  12. Department for Culture, Media, and Sport (2007)

    Department for ... Culture, Media, and Sport (2007): Guidance for the Care of Human Remains in Museums (PDF available at http://www.culture.gov.uk/)

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  13. Cassman, Vicki, Nancy Odegaard & Joseph Powell (eds.)

    Cassman, Vicki, Nancy Odegaard & Joseph Powell (eds.) (2007): Human Remains: Guide for Museums and Academic Institutions. Lanham, Rowman

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  14. Holand, Ingegerd

    Ingegerd Holand The Directorate For Cultural Heritage/Member of The National Committee for Research Ethics in the Social Sciences and ... Social Sciences and the Humanities (NESH) and The National Committee for Research Ethics on Human Remains

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  15. Fossheim (2012)

    Fossheim, Hallvard (ed.) (2012): More Than Just Bones: Ethics and Research on Human Remains. Oslo, The Norwegian ... (ed.) (2012): More Than Just Bones: Ethics and Research on Human Remains. Oslo, The Norwegian National Committees for Research Ethics

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  16. Johannessen, Lene Os

    Lene Os Johannessen Director, The National Committee for Research Ethics in Science and Technology (NENT) and The National Committee ... (NENT) and The National Committee for Research Ethics on Human Remains. E-mail: Lene.os.johannessen@etikkom.no

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  17. Fossheim, Hallvard

    Hallvard J. Fossheim Associate Professor, Department of Philosophy, University of Bergen Email: Hallvard.Fossheim@uib.no Fossheim ... Social Sciences and the Humanities (NESH) and The National Committee for Research Ethics on Human Remains from 2010-2014.

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  18. Guide to filling in the form 'Skjema for etisk vurdering ved forskning på menneskelige levninger'

    in the form 'Form for ethical evaluation of research on human remains' When filling in the form, please have your comments on ... proposal to The National Committee for Ethics in Research on Human Remains and obtain the Committee's statement before the application

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  19. ”More than just bones?” Minutes from the Open Seminar

    Ethics on Human Remains invited to a seminar in Oslo to discuss the ethical aspects surrounding the study of human remains. (Oct ... chair of The National Committee for Research Ethics on Human Remains, introduced the seminar. Sørmoen presented the main topics

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  20. C) Respect for groups and institutions

    monuments and remains Researchers must respect the need to preserve all types of cultural monuments and remains. The need for ... preservation of sites, monuments, artefacts, texts, archives, remains and information about the past is based on the interest of

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  21. Publications

    technology Guidelines for Research Ethics in the Social Sciences, Humanities, Law and Theology 2015 Internet Research Ethics 2014 Ethical ... ethics 2012 More than just bones. Ethics and research on human remains (PDF) Cross-cultural Child Research - Ethical Issues (PDF)

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  22. The Research Ethics Library – new online resource for research ethics education

    scientific misconduct, authorship, research on vulnerable groups, human material, research and society, research and environment, bias ... Committee for Research Ethics in the Social Sciences and the Humanities (NESH) The National Committee for Research Ethics in Science

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  23. Contact us

    Committee for Research Ethics in the Social Sciences and the Humanities (NESH) Director Vidar Enebakk Phone: +47 23 31 83 02 E-mail: ... birkeland@etikkom.no The National Committee for Research Ethics on Human Remains Director Lene Os Johannessen Phone: +47 419 288 51 E-mail:

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  24. Embryo, stem cell and foetus

    principle that a human being cannot be used solely as a tool for research. To do so would be an affront to human dignity. But does ... does a fertilised egg have human dignity? Or can we use it in medical research? Stem cell research, which took off in the late

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  25. Objects with a dubious or disputed provenance

    Guidelines for Research Ethics in the Social Sciences, Law and the Humanities, for instance, expresses this: "Researchers and research institutions ... the duty of the researcher to acquire and preserve cultural remains in order to analyse them and convey the results to the general

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  26. Vulnerable groups

    member states adopted a Universal Declaration on Bioethics and Human Rights (UNESCO, 2005). This declaration represents the first ... "vulnerable groups". The article has a dual focus: to proclaim "human vulnerability" as a basic principle of bioethics, and to ensure

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  27. Xenotransplantation

    factor' associated with the transplantation of pig hearts to humans. But is it unethical? 'Xeno' is Greek for 'foreign', and xenotransplantation ... individuals of different species ‒ or in our context, from animals to humans. Species ethics: Are we on the brink of a new ethical boundary

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  28. Gender

    in the production of knowledge. Traditionally gender and the human body have been excluded from serious research. Objectivity was ... or a social construction? Is it static in the sense that it remains the same in all contexts throughout life, or does it change

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  29. B) Respect for individuals

    individuals 5 Human dignity Researchers must base their work on a fundamental respect for human dignity. Human dignity is closely ... closely linked to individual inviolability. Respect for human dignity and personal integrity is formalised and laid down in a series

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  30. The Social Sciences, the Humanities, Law and Theology

    Social Sciences, the Humanities, Law and Theology Conducting research into the social sciences, the humanities, law and theology ... and the humanities The specific subjects and roles of the research Research ethics in the social sciences, the humanities, law and

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  31. Climate

    nature's ability to absorb greenhouse gases that next to nothing remains for poor countries who wish to follow us in the process of ... problems where nature's self-correcting ability is challenged by human beings' excessive exploitation of ecosystem services. At the

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  32. Introduction

    guidelines have been drawn up to cover the social sciences, humanities, law and theology, but they may also have a wider area of ... including fields like pedagogy and psychology. The text uses «humanities and social sciences» as an umbrella term to cover the scope

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  33. Declaration of Helsinki

    Helsinki - Ethical Principles for Medical Research Involving Human Subjects Adopted by the 18th WMA General Assembly, Helsinki ... principles for medical research involving human subjects, including research on identifiable human material and data. The Declaration

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  34. Declaration of Helsinki

    Helsinki - Ethical Principles for Medical Research Involving Human Subjects Adopted by the 18th WMA General Assembly, Helsinki ... principles for medical research involving human subjects, including research on identifiable human material and data. The Declaration

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  35. Communication and the media

    "noise" or "interference", so that the information conveyed remains as true to the source as possible. A more dynamic view Such ... traditional dissemination perspective on popularisation. That this remains the dominant view in the research community is no doubt partly

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  36. Ethnic groups

    Besides, the material on which this research was conducted, human remains, was largely obtained by grave robbing: neither relatives ... (Guidelines for Research Ethics in the Social Sciences, Law and the Humanities, point 18). Research that relates to ethnic, religious or

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  37. Risk and uncertainty

    ethics.) One reason why this has recently become evident is that humans exert an increasingly profound influence on their surroundings ... long-term consequences of human activity that interact with complex natural and social systems in practice remain unpredictable. For

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  38. Payment of research subjects

    2002, NIH 2009. See also the articles about the Convention on Human Rights and Biomedicine – the Oviedo Convention and CIOMS). Another ... example Article 3 of the Additional Protocol to the Convention on Human Rights and Biomedicine, concerning Biomedical Research and section

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  39. Guidance and collegiality

    Guidelines for Research Ethics in the Social Sciences, Law and the Humanities published by NESH warns against the authority of the supervisor ... the requirement that certain aspects of the guidance should remain between the advisor and the advisee. Guidance and other elements

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  40. Shades of grey in academic citation practice

    consulted can, however, be a risky business. Academics, like other human beings, do from time to time misinterpret or make errors that ... the reader that the message comes from a secondary source, remains the same. In medical journals following the AMA manual of style:

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  41. Fraud and plagiarism

    In the absence of other applicable methods, however, this remains the most widely used procedure, along with the question of ... it is common to have numerous co-authors, whereas in the humanities, a single author is often the norm. Why is research misconduct

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  42. The politics of research ethics

    extreme cases, this may mean imposing bans, such as in the case of human cloning. One could also imagine bans on knowledge, for example ... legal code. In other words, what research ethics ought to be, remains a question of political choice and about creativity and the

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  43. Research values

    scientific insight, affect the individual and social welfare of human beings, for good or for bad’ (Tranøy 1986: 78). Seen in relation ... normative foundation of science concerns research subjects, whether humans or animals, for example in medical research. No objective justifies

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  44. Regarding the assessment of research ethics in petroleum research

    might have serious consequences for the environment or for humans, even though the existence of these possible threats has not ... globally, two-thirds of the world’s coal, petroleum and gas must remain in the ground.[7] The recommendations of the most recent sub-report

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