Ethics in Clinical Research
By Jane Barrett
Jane Barrett’s experience in clinical research and medical law provides a significant contribution to ICR Publishing with this timely monograph discussing the ethical dilemmas of using vulnerable patient groups in clinical research. It begins with the history of ethics and continues with a discussion on how research is done today in the various vulnerable patient groups; children, the elderly, women, adults unable to give consent and those living in the developing world. She concludes with some poignant observations. This is an important monograph to read if you work in clinical research, but also to those who have an interest in ethics and want to get involved in currents discussions surrounding ethics.
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