Responsibility in the Use of Personal Medical Information for Research: Principles and Guide to Practice
BMJ (British Medical Journal). 1985 Apr 13; 290(6475): 1120-1124.
This article consists of a statement of the views of Britain's Medical Research Council on the principles and standards of practice expected of health personnel and institutions engaged in research based on health and medical information, whether the information is derived from medical records or obtained directly from patients or other persons. The statement is premised on the importance of respecting the doctor-patient relationship and of avoiding harm or distress to the patient, the patient's family, or other persons who are the subjects of research. It includes a discussion of the need to establish policies for protecting the security of data in computerized information systems. (KIE abstract)
Clinical Ethics; Clinical Ethics Committees; Confidentiality; Consent; Data Banks; Epidemiology; Ethics; Ethics Committees; Family Members; Harm; Health; Health Personnel; Human Experimentation; Informed Consent; Institutional Policies; Medical Records; Medical Research; Patients; Records; Research; Research Design; Research Ethics; Research Ethics Committees; Research Subjects; Standards;
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