NBAC

AcronymDefinition
NBACNational Bioethics Advisory Commission
NBACNorth Baltimore Aquatic Club (Maryland)
NBACNoel Butlin Archives Centre (Australian National University)
NBACNew Brunswick Arts Council (Canada)
NBACNon-Blocking Atomic Commitment (protocol)
NBACNational Brick Advisory Council
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113) NBAC emphasized that it was not sufficient to simply present information about the research to potential subjects but that researchers must ensure that potential subjects understood the information.
The director of NIH, the President of the United States, the NBAC and Representative Dickey were hardly alone in the emerging discussion over hESC research.
Ethical and Policy issues in International Research; Clinical trials in developing countries Vol 1, Report and Recommendations of the NBAC.
El modelo fue disenado considerando que cada nino de la cohorte, durante cada ano del seguimiento, tenia probabilidades de mantenerse sano, morir o desarrollar uno de los siguientes estados de enfermedad neumococica: otitis media aguda (OMA), NBAC, NBAC complicada (empiema), bacteriemia-sepsis, MEAS, MEAS complicada, MEAS con secuelas auditivas, y MEAS con secuelas neurologicas.
30) See The Railways Union Gazette, in Accession E89, ARU, NBAC.
These concerns, listed in the following paragraphs, have been acknowledged by the President's Council, NBAC, UCSSB, and the National Academies.
38) However, many scientists, and the NBAC, state that this is a misunderstanding of the science involved.
The NBAC proposal to create a new federal agency has been opposed by the Association of American Medical Colleges, which believes that the executive branch already "has sufficient authority to address problems of inconsistency in interpreting and applying the Common Rule, and that the Office of Science and Technology Policy and the Committee on Science of the NSTC should be directed to bring the representatives of the 17 federal agencies together to resolve these matters as expeditiously as possible.
The absence of any public debate about "social values that are not reducible to harms or wrongs to individuals' means that once cloning can be demonstrated to be safe, it will be considered ethical" (192, quoting NBAC Commissioner James Childress).
NBAC has recently identified those with dementing illnesses, delirium, schizophrenia, depression, and other conditions such as mental retardation, bipolar disorder, and substance abuse as being at risk for impaired ability to give informed consent.
Thirteen percent of researchers interviewed by NBAC said they weren't sure if their study participants were aware that they were in a research project.