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Ethics in Research [chapter]

Samiran Nundy, Atul Kakar, Zulfiqar A. Bhutta
2021 How to Practice Academic Medicine and Publish from Developing Countries?  
or, in simple words, 'what is good and what is bad?' When the same principles are applied to medicine, the subject is called medical ethics.  ...  It is expected that a doctor should act in a particular way and follow certain rules. Medical ethics are professional standards for physicians.  ...  Ethics in Research .9 What Is Medical Research Misconduct? .10 Is Consent Important in Doing Research?  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-981-16-5248-6_13 fatcat:abdu5kl7qfa5taefnc4kmv26qi

Ethics in Research

Mark Williams
2001 Australasian Journal of Information Systems  
Reported in this paper is one of these dialogues, concerning broad issues of ethics and research and discussing the notion of wisdom, maturity, meaning, and virtue.  ...  In order to reflect on some ethical improprieties which I had committed during the data collection phase of an information systems research study, I conducted an heuristic and psychologically-oriented  ...  AJIS vol. 8 no. 2 May 2001 A conversation concerning ethics In this paper, I present a conversation concerning the general issue of ethics in research, structured loosely around an idea of wisdom with  ... 
doi:10.3127/ajis.v8i2.244 fatcat:ofyddujgtbfcha7gsiwypfwfiu

Ethics in research

R Kanungo
2006 Indian Journal of Medical Microbiology  
Education and timely orientation of students to ethical issues and guidelines prior to taking up research projects will reduce delays and rejections from research and funding agencies.  ...  Many research projects, with good scientific content, get rejected on ethical grounds by review boards of institutions or funding agencies.  ...  Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) released a "Policy Statement on Ethical Considerations Involved in Research on Human Subjects" in 1980 in India.  ... 
doi:10.4103/0255-0857.19887 pmid:16505548 fatcat:my4jvgrqyfdbziydwfmkhtzkfq

Ethics in research

Sven Hernberg
1995 Scandinavian Journal of Work, Environment and Health  
Deliberately or undeliberately misleading the readers of a research report is not ethical either. Therefore, striving for perfection in research is not only a scientific, but also an ethical goal.  ...  An institutionalized quality assurance system for research helps in this process; it is indeed warranted already for ethical reasons.  ... 
doi:10.5271/sjweh.32 fatcat:xqpxq3be7fhixd3vnioo5f3pty

Ethics in Research

The Editor
2010 Journal of Nepal Health Research Council  
Council looks after the ethics in research in Nepal  ...  The culture of research and reporting has not been developed yet. But we believe this is the right time to sensitize all the researchers and author about ethics in research.  ... 
doi:10.3126/jnhrc.v7i2.3007 fatcat:c7ebltyuufhpdb3s7txmfgwguq

Research Ethics in Animal Research

Rohana P. Mahaliyanaarachchi
2018 Journal of Agricultural Sciences  
Further, reduction also includes deferent research methods which allow the information collected per animal in an experiment to be maximized in order to reduce the use of more additional animals.  ...  The Editorial committee of the 'Journal of Agricultural Sciences -Sri Lanka' (JAS) plans to implement ethical guidelines published by the International Council for Laboratory Animal Science for researches  ... 
doi:10.4038/jas.v13i3.8392 fatcat:zjt3bluzjfcn3eda5pn74xad4q

Ethics Commentary Ethics in Psychopharmacology Research

Laura Weiss Roberts, Thomas Heinrich
2010 FOCUS The Journal of Lifelong Learning in Psychiatry  
Psychiatrists in all settings, including those not actively involved in research, also need a basic understanding of research ethics because they must be able to evaluate the ethical merits of the research  ...  Most, in fact, are completely in the hands of researchers and affirmed through professional ethics standards. Training in ethics is crucial for clinicians and scientists alike.  ... 
doi:10.1176/foc.8.4.foc540 fatcat:wdlasgczh5e7xpbyyjv2hdpuzu

Ethical Issues in Research Writing

Pramila Khushali Velip
2018 International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development  
This paper is based on the ethics of research writing. Plagiarism means stealing of ideas or thoughts or concepts of other person as your own without quoting or citing or referencing them.  ...  Representing other person thought as your own original work is an offence, so in order to avoid such plagiarism a author should know which are the common forms of plagiarism, what is the consequences of  ...  INTRODUCTION Ethics govern every facet in human life. Even in academics ethical norms are set to avoid plagiarism.  ... 
doi:10.31142/ijtsrd18329 fatcat:zy3cebjfybb2vgjurpuomiftm4

Local Research Ethics Committees can audit ethical standards in research

J Berry
1997 Journal of Medical Ethics  
Objectives -To show that a Local Research Ethics Committee (LREC) can carry out an audit of ethical standards in research.  ...  Our committee thought the ethical standards in the research which we audited were acceptable.  ...  Audit of ethical standards in research can be done by research ethics committees if arrangements are made in advance.  ... 
doi:10.1136/jme.23.6.379 pmid:9451608 pmcid:PMC1377583 fatcat:kxooov5i6zf75e3vusumu64sii

Ethical Issues in Teaching About Research Ethics

Keith B. Lucas, John G. Lidstone
2000 Evaluation & Research in Education  
Ethical issues in the conduct of research is an important topic in research methods courses for graduate students in many Faculties of Education.  ...  The authors relate their experiences in teaching this topic over several semesters using a simulation of the well-known research into obedience by Stanley Milgram in the early 1960s.  ...  Bibby (1997) points out that there is much more to both ethics in research and ethics in education than avoiding litigation.  ... 
doi:10.1080/09500790008666961 fatcat:qgi34ilzwjeancfwzrkuamw424

Ethics in clinical research

Nagla Hussein Mohamed Khalid
2020 GSC Advanced Research and Reviews  
In addition, to demonstrate the important ethical consideration with academic medical research.  ...  Ethics in medical education research is associated with any research concerning human participants and including anthropological tissue conducted by supervising and scholars of the University.  ...  Research ethics committee in clinical researches Research ethics committee (also known as ethical review board (ERB), ethical review committee (ERC), human research ethics committee (HREC), institutional  ... 
doi:10.30574/gscarr.2020.5.2.0091 fatcat:p5mwxksq6rblffwcv66hbbsb7m

Research in business ethics

G.J. Rossouw
2001 Koers : Bulletin for Christian Scholarship  
Research in business ethics Research in business ethics is vital for the expansion and credibility of this fairly recent academic field.  ...  This article argues that there are three factors that are crucially important for research in business ethics.  ...  in business ethics research.  ... 
doi:10.4102/koers.v66i3.396 fatcat:5nf66hn7gzbdllgo7bdhth3aou

Ethics in Medical Research

Md Anisur Rahman
2017 Journal of Dhaka Medical College  
Health research in Bangladesh is increasing and hence there is a need to consider the ethical issues with regard such research.  ...  History of ethics in medical research Concern over the treatment of research subjects arose after the revelation of gross violations of basic human rights in the name of science.  ... 
doi:10.3329/jdmc.v25i2.33970 fatcat:w4efscndfjev3astnxz4dqcshq

Ethics in epidemiological research

S Bradshaw
1973 BMJ (Clinical Research Edition)  
STIMMLER Ethics in Epidemiological Research SIR,-Your leading article (27 January, p. 187) on the Medical Research Council's statement on "Responsibility in the Use of Medical Information for Research"  ...  The M.R.C. has kept this in mind in relation to its new Standing Committee on the Use of Medical Information for Research, which is to contain representatives of the public.  ... 
doi:10.1136/bmj.1.5851.489-a pmid:4689859 pmcid:PMC1588462 fatcat:btgsxmqa3fg67bax6ac4jyuvim

Ethics in clinical research

Silvio Garattini, Vittorio Bertele'
2009 Journal of Hepatology  
In addition, they do not meet patients' or physicians' needs of defining the place in therapy and respective roles of new and available treatments.  ...  All this happens in a legal context that requires no added value for new drugs to be approved for the market.  ...  However, this ethical requirement is not followed in many conditions.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.jhep.2009.07.005 pmid:19664839 fatcat:ufaukj6d3ff3tplalbfnjlk6uu
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