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[ 학술논문 ] Biomedical research ethics in Cameroon: a survey to assess training needs of medical residents and students.
|논문명(영문)||Biomedical research ethics in Cameroon: a survey to assess training needs of medical residents and students.|
|저자||Ateudjieu J; M.A. SANTE (Meilleur Accès Aux Soins de Santé), Yaoundé, Cameroon. Hurst S; Geneva University Medical School, Institute for Biomedical Ethics, Geneva, Switzerland. Yakum MN; M.A. SANTE (Meilleur Accès Aux Soins de Santé), Yaoundé, Cameroon. m|
|초록||Background: Training curricula in research ethics for potential and future researchers should be implemented and constantly updated. This requires data regarding training needs.
Methods: We conducted a cross-sectional survey on residents, fifth and sixth-year medical students registered in the 2006-2007 academic year at the Faculty of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences (FMBS) of the University of Yaounde 1, Cameroon.
Results: Two-fifths (40.4%) of respondents (response rate 70.9%) reported training in research ethics. Less than half were aware of specific regulatory texts relevant to research ethics. Among those who reported conducting a research project 66.7% declared having obtained informed consent from participants and 32.9% having submitted their protocol to an Ethics Review Committee. Participants identified training priorities in research ethics and responsibilities of key actors in the protection of research participants.
Conclusion: There is a need to improve the training and attitude of medical students and residents in order to prepare them to respect and protect research participants.
|출처||BMC Medical Education [BMC Med Educ] 2019 Jan 03; Vol. 19 (1), pp. 5. Date of Electronic Publication||연도||20190109|