Review board focuses on children, pregnant women

June 2012
Medical Ethics Advisor;Jun2012, Vol. 28 Issue 6, p70
The article focuses on the building up of a new review board at the Arnold Palmer Medical Center (APMC) based on the research of children and pregnant women. Development of the new Institutional Review Board (IRB) was discussed by manager Jonathan Lin at the Medicine and Research, Conference with an idea of bringing comprehensive research from members of different pediatric specialties to the board.


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