On Asking the Right Questions: Personal Death vs. Brain Death in Japan
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Are We Asking the Right Questions? A Review of Canadian REB Practices in Relation to Community-Based Participatory Research Guta, Adrian; Wilson, Michael G; Flicker, Sarah; Travers, Robb; Mason, Catherine; Wenyeve, Gloria; O'Campo, Patricia (2010-06)Access barriers to effective ethics review continue to be a significant challenge for researchers and community-based organizations undertaking community-based participatory research (CBPR). This article reports on findings ...
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