Tuesday, June 9, 2015

University of Minnesota releases 'final work plan' to tighten research protections, but fails to ban recruitment of involuntarily confined patients

Hard to believe, but the U seems to be on the verge of approving a new work plan that fails to ban the recruitment of involuntarily confined psychiatric patients, such as Robert Huber (who was confined to a locked unit at Fairview Hospital under a 72-hour hold.)  Read about it in the Star Tribune.

Update: See the KSTP report for some critical voices.

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