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Kód: OAF-TKE-T | 2 kredit | General Medicine | Optional modul | spring
Tibor SZOLCSÁNYI, assistant professor
0 óra előadás + 0 óra gyakorlat + 24 óra szeminárium = összesen 24 óra
min. 5 fő – max. 25 fő
The results of scientific researches have a great social impact and therefore the ethical problems raised by the practice of scientific researches are significant problems not only for the researchers, but for the wider society as well. The seminar helps to clarify the basic ethical, legal and philosophical concerns of medical research. During the semester the following subjects will be discussed: the criterions of rationality, reasoning and ethically correct debate, the characteristics and norms of scientific cognition, the ethics of scientific publication, the ethical and legal concerns of human and animal experimentation, neuroethical examples of the social impact of medical researches.
Maximum of 25 % absence allowed
Written test taking place in the last class. To improve the grade, the test can be repeated two times in the first two weeks of the exam period. Oral exam is also an option for that purpose.
According to the Code of Studies and Examinations.
Additional materials: Neptun MeetStreet
John Ziman: Is Science Losing its Objectivity?, Nature, Vol. 382, August 1996, p.751-754.
David Miller: Being an Absolute Skeptic, Science, Vol. 284, 1999 June, p.1625-1626.
Dale J. Benos et al: Ethics and Scientific Publication, Advances in Physiological Education, 29: 59-74, 2005.
Laura Bonetta: The Aftermath of Scientific Fraud, Cell, 2006 Mar 10; 124 (5):873-5.
Larry D. Claxton: Scientific Authorship, Mutation Research/Reviews in Mutation Research, Volume 589, Issue 1, January 2005, p. 17-45.
Porter DG: Ethical Scores for Animal Experiments, Nature, Vol. 356, March 1992, p.101-102.
Peter Singers: Practical Ethics, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 1979, Equality for animals?, p.48-72.
Tom Regan: Empty Cages: Animals Rights and Vivisection, Contemporary Debates in Applied Ethics, edited by Andrew I. Cohen and Christopher Heath Wellman , Blackwell Ltd, 2005, p.77-91.
Martha J. Farah: Emerging Ethical Issues in Neuroscience, Nature Neuroscience, 5/11, 2002,1123-1129.