Reporting of Ethical Issues in Publications of Medical Research
Miller, Franklin G.
Rosenstein, Donald L.
Lancet 2002 October 26; 360(9342): 1326-1328
Clinical investigators rarely describe the rationale for ethically controversial features of study design or procedures instituted to enhance the protection of patients taking part in research, or how they ensured informed consent. We recommend a policy of extensive reporting of pertinent ethical issues to promote public accountability for clinical research. Guidelines are presented, and possible objections to this recommended policy are addressed.
Accountability; Clinical Investigators; Clinical Research; Consent; Guidelines; Informed Consent; Investigators; Medical Research; Patients; Research; Reporting; Human Experimentation Policy Guidelines / Institutional Review Boards; Informed Consent or Human Experimentation; Journalism / Mass Media Ethics; Scientific Research Ethics;
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