Responsible Conduct of Research

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Oxford University Press, 2003 - Medical - 345 pages
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This is a comprehensive introduction to the ethical issues at stake in the conduct of biomedical research, with extensive use of case examples. Its content parallels the recommendations of the Commission on Research Integrity, and deals with ethical issues in the use of animals and humans in research. It includes chapters on intellectual property, authorship, peer review, and conflicts of interest. As of October 2000, all personnel involved in research supported by the Public Health Service, including NIH, must receive the equivalent of 15 hours of training and education in research ethics. This book will be a convenient text for such short courses or seminars, and an excellent guidebook for all.
  

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A decent book for what it is. I would have preferred some better case studies. Other than that is was well written. Read full review

Contents

Scientific Research and Ethics
3
Collection Analysis and Management of Data
25
Collaboration in Research Authorship Resource Sharing and Mentoring
48
Publication and Peer Review
68
Scientific Misconduct
93
Intellectual Property
119
Conflicts of Interest and Scientific Objectivity
139
Collaboration between Academia and Private Industry
163
The Use of Animals in Research
214
Genetics and Human Reproduction
233
The Scientist in Society
269
Office of Research Integrity ORI Model Policy for Responding to Allegations of Scientific Misconduct
295
Resources
312
References
315
Index
339
Copyright

The Use of Human Subjects in Research
181

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About the author (2003)

Adil E. Shamoo is at University of Maryland School of Medicine. David B. Resnik is at The Bioethics Center, East Carolina University School of Medicine.

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