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BioLaw Journal - Rivista di BioDiritto is a peer reviewed, free online law journal focusing on the relationships between law and life sciences under a comparative perspective. According to its interdisciplinary nature, the Journal hosts contributions in the fields of law, life sciences and bioethics.

The Journal presents articles, commentaries and book reviews which provide an innovative and original source of reference for academics, lawyers, legal and medical practitioners, law students, and anyone interested in national, European and international biolaw.

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No 2S (2021): Special Issue 2/2021

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Table of Contents

Editorial

The impact of Covid-19 on informed consent PDF
Laura Palazzani 1-2

Essays

Informed consent for clinical research in the context of the Covid-19 pandemic between bioethics and biolaw: a general overview PDF
Laura Palazzani 3-15
Informed consent and group vulnerability in the context of the pandemic PDF
Fabio Macioce 17-33
Clinical trials in the time of a pandemic: implications for informed consent PDF
Laura Palazzani 35-50
The ethics of observational/epidemiological research conducted within the Covid-19 pandemic: implications for informed consent PDF
Carlo Petrini 51-60
Ethical and regulatory issues in vaccine research in the pandemic context and in the case of human challenge studies: implications for informed consent PDF
Margherita Daverio 63-84
Informed consent, clinical research, Covid-19 and contact tracing apps: some neuroethical concerns PDF
Mirko Daniel Garasic 85-95
Informed consent and artificial intelligence applied to RCT and Covid-19 PDF
Alberto Eugenio Tozzi, Giulia Cinelli 97-108
The bioethical and bio-juridical debate regarding the use of biological samples and data for the purpose of genetic research on human health: open problems PDF
Monica Toraldo di Francia 109-120
How Spanish biobanks have adapted the informed consent process during the Covid-19 pandemic PDF
Pablo Enguer-Gosálbez, Jaime Fons-Martínez, Jacobo Martínez-Santamaría, Ana María Torres-Redondo, Cristina Villena-Portella, Aurora García-Robles, Javier Díez-Domingo 121-138
How Covid-19 unveils the blurred borderlines between research and clinical practice monitoring: the use case of data protection and consent PDF
Andrea Parziale, Giovanni Comandé, Denise Amram 139-155
Ethical and legal requirements for biomedical research involving health data in the context of the Covid-19 pandemic: is informed consent still playing the leading role? PDF
Federico de Montalvo Jääskeläinen 157-167

ISSN 2284-4503

Editor University of Trento

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