In Melnyk & Fineout-Overholt (2019) textbook Box 23.1 (chapter 23), select one of the Fifteen Ethical Principles of the Universal Declaration on Bioethics and Human Rights.
-Then state the principle and describe the importance of the selected principle to ethical research.
-In addition, describe how a researcher would ensure that this principle would be protected for human subjects in a research study.
• write your answers to the questions below in an APA formatted paper with substantive information for each question (minimum of three sentences per answer) . Each answer must have a reference that is within the past 5 years.
o Historical background of human subjects protection? (10 points)
o Find and discuss at least one historical incident of human subjects abuse in research and what human right was violated. (10 points)
o What steps will you take to minimize risks on human subjects? (10 points)
o What populations are considered vulnerable populations and why? (10 points)
o What are appropriate ways to recruit subjects? (10 points) o How would you properly obtain consent? (10 points)
o What are the elements of a properly executed consent? (10 points)
o What committees are responsible for monitoring the protection of human subjects? (10 points)
• Length: a minimum of 2 pages, title page and references not included in page count
• Citations: a minimum of 2 references
Textbook is “Evidence-Based Practice in Nursing and Healthcare” by Bernadette Mazurek Melnyk and Ellen Fineout-Overholt; 4th edition ISBN 9781496386892