What's New in Research Ethics
Bulletin of Medical Ethics 1996 October; (122): 13-18
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Things Fall Apart. Can the Center Hold? Human Subjects Research Regulation and Participant Safety Review of Institutional Reveiw Boards: A Primer, by Teresa A. Williams, Richard G. Korman, Janet M. Lis and Melinda G. Murray; Evaluating The Science and Ethics of Research on Humans: A Guide for IRB Members, by Dennis J. Mazur; Clinical Research Law and Compliance Handbook, Edited by John E. Steiner; What the Doctor Didn't Say: The Hidden Truth About Medical Research, by Jerry Menikoff And Edward P. Richards DeVille, Kenneth A. (2007-10)
Questions for Debate. What Is the Role of Moral Theory in Everyday Nursing Ethics? Is It Right That Research Ethics Committees Make Judgements About the Scientific Quality of Research Proposals? Edwards, Steve; Woods, Martin; Humphreys, Stephen (2011-05)
What Is the Role of the Research Ethics Committee? Paternalism, Inducements, and Harm in Research Ethics Garrard, Eve; Dawson, A. (2005-07)In a recent paper Edwards, Kirchin, and Huxtable have argued that research ethics committees (RECs) are often wrongfully paternalistic in their approach to medical research. They argue that it should be left to competent ...