Hwang Case Review Committee Misses the Mark
Journal of Cell Biology 2007 January 15; 176(2): 131-132
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Virtual Ethics Committee, Case 1: Should Our Hospital Have a Policy of Telling Patients About Near Misses? Draper, Heather; MacDiarmaid-Gordon, Adam; Strumidlo, Laura; Teuten, Bea; Updale, Eleanor (2006-03)
Avoiding "Cloudcuckooland" in Ethics Committee Case Review: Matching Models to Issues and Concerns Cohen, Cynthia B. (1992)...The special concerns of families, patients, and caregivers are inevitably interwoven among the difficult ethical issues that ethics committees confront when they review individual cases. Certain of these ethical issues ...
Review by a Local Medical Research Ethics Committee of the Conduct of Approved Research Projects, by Examination of Patients' Case Notes, Consent Forms, and Research Records and by Interview Smith, Trevor; Moore, Edward J.H.; Tunstall-Pedoe, Hugh (1997-05)OBJECTIVE: To monitor the conduct of medical research projects that have already been approved by the local medical research ethics committee. DESIGN: Follow up study of ethically approved studies (randomly selected from all ...