ethical review

ethical review

A formal evaluation of the moral grounding of a proposed academic or research project before it is begun. The review is an attempt to ensure that the research will treat its subjects fairly and safely, without exposing them or society at large to undue risk.
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WCG(TM)), the world's largest provider of regulatory and ethical review services and software to support clinical research, today announced the launch of WCG Foundation.
Articles describing human research that have not undergone ethical review will generally not be considered for publication in peer-reviewed journals, including SAJCC, and are considered unethical.
As a student in the movement, I look forward to continuously engaging the campus in this conversation," said junior Natasha Patel, "We are not done uplifting the call of Palestinian peoples nor are we finished pushing our University to conduct an ethical review of its investments.
She contacted the authors and was told it passed Cornell's human subjects' ethical review.
31, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- The WIRB-Copernicus Group ("WCG"), the world's largest provider of regulatory and ethical review services for clinical research, today announced the recent appointment of Shai Feinsod as Regional Executive for Israel.
Many call for a risk-based system of research oversight that matches various safeguards including independent ethical review and safety monitoring and reporting to the level of risk posed by the research (e.
All projects involving animals at Durham are scrutinised by an ethical review process and are regulated.
Reviva will also seek approval for every treatment and protocol to a nine-member ethical review board that includes a priest, physicians, lawyers and businessmen.
The ethical review of research protocols is an essential aspect of research administration.
The new regulations direct the medical institutions performing the research to undergo an ethical review.
All animal-related research is carried out under the strict conditions imposed by the Government and by the university's internal ethical review procedures.
All animal-related research work at Cardiff is carried out under the strict conditions imposed by the Government and by the university's own internal ethical review procedures.