Do Aid Agencies Have an Ethical Duty to Comply With Researchers? A Response to Rennie
Developing World Bioethics 2006 May; 6(2): 78-80
Medical AID organisations such as Medecins Sans Frontieres receive several requests from individuals and international academic institutions to conduct research at their implementation sites in Africa. Do AID agencies have an ethical duty to comply with research requests? In this paper we respond to the views and constructed theories (albeit unfounded) of one such researcher, whose request to conduct research at one of our sites in the Democratic Republic of Congo was turned down.
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