Standards for Research Ethics Committees: Purpose, Problems and Possibilities

Research Ethics 4 (4):152-157 (2008)
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This paper reports an initiative from the National Research Ethics Service and research ethics committees in the UK to develop a shared ethical debate between committees and to promote standards of ethical review, exploring the problems and practicalities of such an approach.



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