Module One: Introduction to Research Ethics
Developing World Bioethics 2005 March; 5(1): 1-13
This module will introduce you to the ethical concepts underlying applied ethical decision-making in the area of research involving human participants. We will also learn what the issues are that people involved in research on research ethics are concerned with. Ethics without an understanding of historical and legal context makes arguably little sense. It is for this reason that this module will begin with a brief history of research ethics and ends with a brief overview of the relevant national and international guidelines pertaining to ethical issues in research involving human participants.
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Schneider, Benjamin; Schuklenk, Udo (2005-03)The objective of this module is to cover ground that was not covered in-depth in any of the other modules, including: scientific misconduct, issues concerning the publication and ownership of research results (authorship ...
Schuklenk, Udo; Stein, Edward; Kerin, Jacinta; Byne, William (1998-11)
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