Are Research Ethics Committees Behaving Unethically?
Goodman, Neville W.
BMJ (British Medical Journal). 1997 Mar 1; 314(7081): 676-677.
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Are Research Ethics Committees Behaving Unethically? Some Suggestions for Improving Performance and Accountability Savulescu, Julian; Chalmers, Iain; Blunt, Jennifer (1996-11-30)The results of recent empirical investigations in research synthesis imply that research ethics committees are behaving unethically by endorsing new research which is unnecessary and by acquiescing in biased under-reporting of ...