Current Outlook of Ethics in Research With Human Subjects
Takahashi, Marystella Tomoe
Ramos, Henrique Faria
Pinheiro-Neto, Carlos Diógenes
Miziara, Ivan Dieb
Oliveira, Reynaldo Ayer de
Brazilian journal of otorhinolaryngology 2011 Mar-Apr; 77(2): 263-6
In the last decades, medical care has been increasingly permeated by the concept of evidence-based-medicine, in which clinical research plays a crucial role in establishing diagnostic and treatment. Following the improvements in clinical research, we have a growing concern and understanding that some ethical issues must be respected when the subjects are human beings. Research with human subjects relies on the principles of autonomy, beneficence, no maleficence and justice. Ordinance 196/96 from the National Health Board adds to the Brazilian legislation such renowned bioethical principles.
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