Ethics in Medical Research: A Handbook of Good Practice (Paperback)Trevor Smith (author)
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Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Number of pages: 422
Weight: 569 g
Dimensions: 217 x 140 x 28 mm
'Institutionalised bioethics is undergoing worldwide standardisation, and this book contains much useful advice.' Neuroradiology
'Anyone lacking experience in completing an application form for submission to a British research ethics committee and in undertaking medical research might do well to start here.' Medicine, Healthcare and Philosophy, A European Journal
'This book offers much sensible advice and comment as well as a comprehensive bibliography. it will be useful to researchers who are preparing applications and members of ethnical committees.' B. Ashworth, Proc R Coll Physicians, Edinburgh
"In general, this book provides a significant amount of information on a number of topics in clinical research. I am confident that students of research ethics, particularly those interested in practices in the United States and the United Kingdom, will find this book to be a handy and suitable resource." Teaching and Learning Medicine
"This is a very comprehensive volume on the process of medical research ethics...its value lies in the practical application of the principles of research ethics, which ensures that the price of this text would be money well spent." Nursing Ethics
"This book offers much sensible advice and comment as well as a comprehensive bibliography. It will be useful to researchers who are preparing applications and members of ethical committees." B. Ashworth
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