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CBSSM Seminar: Kayte Spector-Bagdady, JD

Wed, December 09, 2015, 3:00pm to 4:00pm
NCRC, Building 16, Room B004E

Kayte Spector-Bagdady, JD

CBSSM Postdoctoral Fellow

From the Guatemala STD Experiments to the NPRM for Revisions to the Common Rule: Why We Still Don’t Have Human Subjects Research Ethics Right

While much has been made of scandals, and academics zealously deliberate nuances, we still find ourselves revisiting the most basic of human subjects research ethics questions: What is a research subject? What is informed consent? This talk will address this ongoing debate but also the less often asked question of why—what are the structural pressures that bring us time and again to step one and is human subjects research ethics a zero sum game?

Wed, September 09, 2015

Raymond De Vries is quoted in a Dutch national newpaper, Volkskrant, regarding a recent AMC Netherlands and University of Amsterdam study comparing infant mortality in mid-wife led versus obstetrician-led care in the Netherlands. Dr. De Vries provides a positive review of the methodology and the colloborative nature of the study (which includes both midwives and obstetricians).

The Volkskrant article is in Dutch, but the study published in the journal "Midwifery" is in English.

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Fri, May 08, 2015

Ken Langa discusses how brain crossword puzzles, Sudoku and other brain games are not an evidence-based way to maintain mental sharpness and there is a lack of research in this area.

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Lisa Harris, MD, PhD

Wed, March 09, 2011

Susan Goold was interviewed by HealthDay about a forthcoming study related to conflicts of interest and meta-analyses.  The lead author of the study is Michelle Roseman of McGill University, and it will be published in the March 9, 2011, issue of JAMA.

The University of Michigan is seeking a nominee to the national competition for the Greenwall Foundation Faculty Scholars Program in Bioethics. The October 1st internal deadline has been extended. Details can be found at:

PIHCD: Jacob Solomon

Wed, March 09, 2016, 2:00pm
B004E NCRC Building 16

Jacob Solomon will be brainstorming about several ideas to study how users' ability to control decision aids affects their decision making.

CBSSM was well-represented at the Wednesday's Researchpalooza. Kerry Ryan, Nicole Exe and Valerie Kahn (not pictured) spoke to hundreds of faculty, staff, students, and others about the great work we do here at CBSSM!

Congratulations to Kayte Spector-Bagdady on receiving the 2016 Rackham Graduate School Outstanding Postdoctoral Fellow Award!

Geoff Barnes wrote a recent perspective piece and was featured in a UM Health Lab blog about anticoagulation clinic and assisting patients and providers with decision making.

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