Ethical considerations for research involving prisoners in the past 30 years the population of prisoners in the united states has expanded more than 45 fold correctional facilities are increasingly overcrowded and more of the countrys disadvantaged populations racial minorities women people with mental illness and people with communicable . In 1976 the national commission for the protection of human subjects of biomedical and behavioral research ncphsbbr addressed the ethics of research with prisoners in a document entitled report and recommendations research involving prisoners the commission focused on respect for persons and justice as the two key ethical considerations guiding their recommendations. Ethical considerations for research involving prisoners amazonde institute of medicine board on health sciences policy committee on ethical considerations for fremdsprachige bucher. Prisoners are vulnerable to exploitation and abuse by research because their freedom for consent can easily be undermined and because of learning disabilities illiteracy and language barriers prevailing within prisoner populations therefore penal laws of some countries supported by a number of internationally agreed documents prohibit research involving prisoners completely however prisoners must also be regarded as vulnerable to the specific health problems in prisons eg
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