This edited volume provides both conceptual and practical information for conducting and evaluating evidence-based outcome studies. It encompasses psychotherapy research for traditional mental health disorders (eg. depression, anxiety), as well as psychosocial-based treatments provided to medical patient populations to have impact either on the disease process itself (pain, cardiovascular risk) or to improve the quality of life of such individuals. This is a hands-on book, whose major emphasis is on the practical nuts-and-bolts implementation of psychosocial-based RCTs from conception to completion.It was an egregious example of ethically unsound practices that resulted in severe harm for many participants. ... This chapter is intended to provide a history of the ethical principles underlying treatment of human subjects in research and to outline contemporary ethical issues ... In response to these atrocities, the judges for the second Nuremberg Military Tribunal crafted the Nuremberg Code in 1947.
|Title||:||Evidence-Based Outcome Research : A Practical Guide to Conducting Randomized Controlled Trials for Psychosocial Interventions|
|Author||:||Medicine Arthur M. Nezu Professor of Psychology, and Public Health Drexel University, Christine Maguth Nezu Professor of Psychology and Associate Professor of Medicine Drexel University|
|Publisher||:||Oxford University Press, USA - 2007-08-22|