3650 USE OF HUMAN PARTICIPANTS IN INSTRUCTIONAL ACTIVITIES
Original Date: 2/28/2006 * Last Revision Effective: 9/11/2012
Policy Contact: Vice President, Instruction
In the use of human participants in instructional activities, Bellevue College’s policy is to protect the rights, well being, and personal privacy of individuals, to assure a favorable climate for the acquisition of technical skills and the conduct of academic inquiry, and to protect the interests of Bellevue College.
This policy is intended to restrict and regulate the use of students as human participants in such activities as training procedures, demonstrations, and classroom experiments where students are exposed to risk. This policy does not pertain to medical patients seen in clinical settings.
- means that as a consequence of participating in an activity, an individual may reasonably be expected to be exposed to the possibility of injury (physical and/or psychological), beyond the ordinary risks of daily life.
RELEVANT LAWS AND OTHER RESOURCES
- Bellevue College Procedure #3650P Use of Human Participants in Instructional Activities
Revisions 5/21/2009; 9/11/2012