CIOMS

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CIOMSCouncil for International Organizations of Medical Sciences
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Public-health researchers have often complained that both international research-ethics guidelines such as the Declaration of Helsinki and the CIOMS documents, and most, if not all, national guidelines and regulations, do not take sufficient account of the differences between public-health research and other health-related research.
Comites de evaluacion etica y cientifica para la investigacion en seres humanos y las pautas CIOMS 2002.
The animals were immobilized consideringthe technical handling and animal subjection regulations, framed under the fulfillment of the Universal Declaration of Animal Rights, referring to the international ethical principles for biomedical investigation with animals of CIOMS International Organizations of Medical Sciences) established by UNESCO (United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization) and WHO (World Health Organization) of 1949 and Law 84 of October 27 of 1989 (Colombian Animal Protection Statute) (9).
CIOMS is a collaborative entity of two United Nations agencies--the World Health Organization (WHO) and the United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization (UNESCO).
It is becoming more common for sponsors to consider including direct links to CIOMS forms from CSR appendices instead of including individual patient safety narratives.
25) See, for example, the 1949 Geneva Conventions 1 (Article 12), II (Article 12), III (Article 13), and IV (Article 32) as well as Article 11 of Protocol I of the Additional Protocols adopted in 1977; the WHO Guidelines for Good Clinical Practice (GCP) for Trials on Pharmaceutical Products (1995); the UNESCO Universal Declaration on the Human Genome and Human Rights (1997); the UNESCO Declaration on Bioethics and Human Rights (2005); and the CIOMS International Ethics Guidelines for Biomedical Research involving Human Subjects: General Ethical Principles.
Council for International Organization of Medical Sciences, CIOMS International guideline principles for biomedical research involving animals.
Para la recoleccion de las muestras, los animales no se sometieron a dolor y/o estres innecesario, por lo que fueron inmovilizados tomando en cuenta las normas tecnicas en el manejo y sujecion de animales, enmarcado en el cumplimiento de la Declaracion Universal de los Derechos de los Animales, referente a los principios eticos internacionales para la investigacion biomedica con animales del CIOMS (Council for International Organizations of Medical Sciences) establecida por la UNESCO (United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization) y la OMS (Organizacion Mundial de la Salud) en 1949 y de la Ley 84 de Octubre 27 de 1989 (Estatuto Colombiano de Proteccion Animal) [12].
CIOMS, (2008) International ethical guidelines for biomedical research involving human subjects.
International Ethical Guidelines for biomedical Research Involvig Human subjects, Geneva: CIOMS, 2002.
En todos los procedimientos efectuados se cumplieron las normas de la Segunda Declaracion de Helsinki y la CIOMS para la investigacion con seres humanos (17).
49) The CIOMS Guidelines are based on three ethical principles: respect for persons, beneficence, and justice.