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Clinical and Ethical Considerations in Substance Use Disorder Research
Individuals with a substance use disorder may be vulnerable within a research context. While there is concern that these individuals as vulnerable participants may be exploited or experience unintended harm, denying or hindering access to participation may interfere in the beneficial advances of substance use disorder research. It is important for Clinical Research Nurses (CRNs) to understand some of the ethical considerations when conducting substance use disorder research as they may also impact individuals enrolled in other types of clinical research studies. This webinar will focus on the concerns related to undue inducement, impaired ability to concentrate on study protocols, re-traumatization that may occur when conducting study related interviews, and the impact on protocol fidelity and the CRN.
Kate Brown, MS, AGNP-BC
Clinical Research Nurse Practitioner
The Rockefeller University
New York City, NY
Tuesday February 1, 2022
1:00 - 2:00 PM ET
Kate Brown is a Clinical Research Nurse Practitioner in the Laboratory of the Biology of Addictive Diseases at The Rockefeller University. Kate completed her undergraduate training in nursing from the Hunter-Bellevue School of Nursing and received her master's degree from NYU in the adult-gerontology primary care program. Kate has 16 years of nursing experience working in med/surg and critical care at St. Vincent’s Hospital Manhattan and Stanford University Medical Center. For the past three years, Kate has worked under the mentorship of Dr. Mary Jeanne Kreek, where they investigated the biological basis of substance use disorders.
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