Item Details

Human Experimentation [videorecording]: From Tuskegee 1932 to Today

produced by University of Virginia Television News Office ; senior producer, Rob Smith
Format
Video; VHS
Summary
Dr. Harper, last surviving health care worker from the Tuskegee Syphilis Study and retired U.S. government health care policy-maker and adviser, discusses the issue of clinical trials and human experimentation in medicine, especially as it relates to minorities. The impact of the Tuskegee study has resulted in the mistrust of minority people in clinical trials; however, medical research is needed for minorities in order to diagnose and treat them effectively.
Performers
Lecturer: Mary Starke Harper.
Release Date
2005
Run Time
29 min.
Language
English
Notes
Lecture given April 27, 2005, sponsored by the School of Nursing Diversity Committee, the Office of the Vice President for Faculty Advancement, and the Center for Biomedical Ethics, University of Virginia. This version was edited to fit the program format of the television presentation first aired in September 2005.
Series
UVA Newsmakers
Published
[Charlottesville, Va.] : University of Virginia Television News, c2005.
Description
1 videocassette (29 min.) : sd., col. ; 1/2 in.
VHS format [NTSC].
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