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Beijing Municipal Commission of Health and Family Planning Launched Ethical Review of Biomedical Research Involving People and Patrol Activity on Ethnic Inspection in Beijing
From:Beijing Municipal Commission of Health and Family Planning
Date:05/23/2018

 

In order to thoroughly implement the requirements of the “Ethical Review of Biomedical Research Involving People”, comprehensively improve the ability of management and review of medical and health institutions on biomedical research ethic, sponsored by the Beijing Municipal Commission of Health and Family Planning and co-organized by the Beijing Medical Ethical Association and health and family planning commissions of 16 districts, the medical and health institutions in Beijing involved in biomedical research ethics management and ethical review policy patrol activities were launched on May 9 in Beijing at Puren Hospital, Dongcheng District.

The contents of the patrol include preaching policy requirements of national and Beijing medical ethics management, interpreting the “Management Criteria for Ethical Management of Biomedical Research involving People in Beijing's Medical and Health Institutions” and “Guideline of the Ethical Review of Biomedical Research involving People in Beijing's Medical and Health Institutions”, and conduct discussions on the ethical management of medical research. The patrol group consists of experts with ethical management and examination work experience from universities and medical and health institutions. The experts were also involved in the compiling of the ethical management regulations and review work guidelines of Beijing.

In a month, this patrol will cover all types of medical and health institutions in all areas of the city's 16 districts involved in biomedical research projects involving people, aiming to continuously improve the ethical management and review capabilities and levels of medical and health institutions, protect the legitimate rights and interests of the subjects and scientific researchers and promote the high quality of medical research.