Research ethics review: Do it once and do it well

H├ębert, Paul; Saginur, Raphael
March 2009
CMAJ: Canadian Medical Association Journal;3/17/2009, Vol. 180 Issue 6, p597
Academic Journal
The authors reflect on the strategies that need to be considered by the health industry in Canada which will help enhance research ethics review in the country. They assert that partnership between health associations and committees will play essential role in the development of an efficient research review system and standardized review process. The authors contend that the move will allow institutions and ethics boards to carry out quality review of health research ethics across the country.


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