More than meets the IRB – Conversation with FDA: “Scientific necessity” and the vulnerability of children in research
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Nelson, Robert and Leary, Michael, "More than meets the IRB – Conversation with FDA: “Scientific necessity” and the vulnerability of children in research" (2013). HRPO Podcasts. Paper 2.
In this second installment of "More than Meets the IRB," Robert "Skip" Nelson (MD, PhD, Senior Pediatric Ethicist at the Food and Drug Administration) talks with us about the vulnerability of children in research. Topics include looking at the risk/benefit balance in this context through the lens of "scientific necessity," the difference between the high and low-risk review pathways, and "equitable selection" as a criterion for IRB review of research that involves children. We conclude by talking about the successes of the Pediatric Research Equity Act and Better Pharmaceuticals for Children Act. (22:10).
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