Twelve Tips for Ethical Approval for Research in Health Professions Education
Medical teacher 2011; 33(4): 268-72
A growing number of faculty are engaging in research in health professions education. Suggestions continue to be made in the literature for a clear and less onerous pathway for the ethical review of this work.
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