Bioethics for clinicians: 10. research ethics

Weijer, Charles; Dickens, Bernard
April 1997
CMAJ: Canadian Medical Association Journal;04/15/97, Vol. 156 Issue 8, p1153
Academic Journal
Expounds on the issue of research ethics for clinicians. Guiding principles of research tests; International policy guidelines of research; Ethical requirements; Impact of empirical studies; Attitude and approach to research ethics in practice.


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