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    The Views of Ethics Committee Members and Medical Researchers on the Return of Individual Research Results and Incidental Findings, Ownership Issues and Benefit Sharing in Biobanking Research in a South Indian City.Manjulika Vaz, Mario Vaz & Srinivasan K. - 2018 - Developing World Bioethics:321-330.
    The return of individual research results and incidental findings from biobanking research is a much debated ethical issue globally but has extensive relevance in India where the burden of out of pocket health care expenses is high for the majority. The views of 21 ethics committee members and 22 researchers from Bengaluru, India, concerning the ethics of biobanking research were sought through in-depth interviews using an unfolding case vignette with probes. A shared view among most was that individual research results (...)
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    How Participatory is Parental Consent in Low Literacy Rural Settings in Low Income Countries? Lessons Learned From a Community Based Study of Infants in South India.Divya Rajaraman, Nelson Jesuraj, Lawrence Geiter, Sean Bennett, Harleen Ms Grewal & Mario Vaz - 2011 - BMC Medical Ethics 12 (1):3.
    BackgroundA requisite for ethical human subjects research is that participation should be informed and voluntary. Participation during the informed consent process by way of asking questions is an indicator of the extent to which consent is informed.AimsThe aims of this study were to assess the extent to which parents providing consent for children's participation in an observational tuberculosis research study in India actively participated during the informed consent discussion, and to identify correlates of that participation.MethodsIn an observational cohort study of (...)
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    Looking back– looking forward: ethics finds its place in the medical curriculum in India.J. Tom Mishael, Mario Vaz & Olinda Timms - 2019 - International Journal of Ethics Education 4 (2):97-107.
    The formal oversight of medical education in India occurred with the promulgation of the Indian Medical Degrees Act in 1916. Despite an awareness of the need to train ethical doctors and the formal discussion of this as early as 1955, the formal teaching of medical ethics has been restricted to a few colleges as it has not been part of a mandated requirement. In August, 2019, all medical colleges in India will adopt a new Medical Council of India mandated curriculum. (...)
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    Para Além Do Legalismo: Hannah Arendt E a Desobediência Civil.Mário Sérgio de Oliveira Vaz - 2020 - Griot : Revista de Filosofia 20 (3):284-294.
    Neste artigo, discute-se algumas das contribuições de Hannah Arendt para a reflexão acerca do fenômeno da desobediência civil. Inicialmente, interroga-se em que medida a contestação civil pode ser identificada com a objeção de consciência. Discutir essa questão permite compreender o desenvolvimento da argumentação de Arendt que visa ressaltar o sentido político dos atos de desobediência civil em oposição à caracterização negativa deste fenômeno, defendida por juristas, na tentativa de incluir pelo direito ações extralegais de contestação. Com efeito, essa leitura jurídica, (...)
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  5. Public Perceptions on Controlled Human Infection Model (CHIM) Studies—a Qualitative Pilot Study From South India.Mario Vaz, Mala Ramanathan, Rathna Kumari S., Avita Rose Johnson, Olinda Timms & Manjulika Vaz - 2020 - Monash Bioethics Review 39 (1):68-93.
    Research using Controlled Human Infection Models is yet to be attempted in India. This study was conducted to understand the perceptions of the lay public and key opinion makers prior to the possible introduction of such studies in the country. 110 respondents from urban and rural Bangalore district were interviewed using qualitative research methods of Focus Group Discussions and In-depth Interviews. The data was analyzed using grounded theory. Safety was a key concern of the lay public, expressed in terms of (...)
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