analysis of the present-day debate on research ethics.

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This week, you will prepare a presentation with PowerPoint or other presentation software. You will create your audio presentation by using an audio/video capturing tool located in NCUOne. To access the capture tool, follow the tutorial found in your Books and Resources for this Week.

Assume you are invited as a guest lecturer for an undergraduate business class. You must help your audience understand the historical context leading up to present-day debates about proper research practices.

Begin by conducting a historical analysis of the present-day debate on research ethics. Include the following in your lecture:

Explain why and how current research ethics have developed, as well as what ethical concerns have emerged.
Explore how these have been addressed and regulated.
Explain why and how current ethics in research developed by using at least two or three of the following cases as examples:
Case 1: Yellow fever
Case 2: Nazi experiments
Case 3: Japanese experiments
Case 4: Streptomycin
Case 5: Polio vaccine
Case 6: Jewish Chronic Disease Hospital
Case 7: Willowbrook
Case 8: Tuskegee
Case 9: HIV research
Case 10: Gelsinger case
Case 11: Henri Beecher
Case 12: Ethics Commission
For each case example, determine significant aspects that influenced the development of research ethics. Predict whether a similar case could occur again today and explain why.

Support your video lecture with a minimum of five scholarly resources. Be sure to include a transcript for your lecture.

Video Length: 5-7 minutes in total. If using PowerPoint, this equates to about 2-3 minutes per slide.

Your video lecture should demonstrate thoughtful consideration of the ideas and concepts presented in the course by providing new thoughts and insights relating directly to this topic. Your response should reflect scholarly writing and current APA standards where appropriate. Be sure to adhere to Northcentral University’s Academic Integrity Policy.

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