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What are the three core principles of the Belmont Report?

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What are the three core principles of the Belmont Report?

The Belmont Report was created by the National Commission for the Protection of Human Subjects of Biomedical and Behavioral Research in 1978 and has been adopted as a statement, rather than as a list of specific recommendations of legislative action, for the treatment of subjects in biomedical and behavioral research (DHHS, n.d.[b]). The three core ethical principles of this report are respect for persons, beneficence, and justice. Respect for persons includes the requirement to acknowledge a person’s autonomy and to protect those who have diminished autonomy. Beneficent actions include those that maximize benefit while minimizing harm and that only utilize humans in research when there is likelihood of benefit. The principle of justice is the requirement to treat people fairly and equitably, and that subjects are not used for the purpose of research through any systematic selection process based on a person’s or group’s easy availability or manipulability, or compromised position that are not specific to the problem being studied (Bryn Mawr College, n.d.).

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