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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All research that requires the use of animals is scrutinised by the Animal Welfare and Ethical Review Body to ensure that there are no alternatives to the use of animals and that studies are carried out to the highest standards of welfare, following the 3Rs principles of replacement, reduction and refinement.
All research that requires the use of animals is scrutinised by the Animal Welfare and Ethical Review Body to ensure that there are no possible alternatives to the use of animals and that studies are carried out to the highest standards of welfare and care, following the 3Rs principles of replacement, reduction and refinement.
As this case is being reported in retrospect patient consent was not obtained, however exemption for ethical approval was obtained for this case from the institute's Ethical Review Committee.
The Animals in Science Committee (ASC) is a non-departmental public body sponsored by the Home Office to provide independent advice to the government on the use of animals in scientific procedures, advise the Animal Welfare Ethical Review Bodies on good practice, and exchange information with other national bodies within the European Union.
Optical detection company Dynasil Corporation of America (NASDAQ:DYSL) stated on Thursday that it has successfully filed its Xcede Patch clinical trial dossier with the Medical Ethical Review Committee (MREC) Universitair Medisch Centrum Groningen (Netherlands) in anticipation of a first-in-human clinical trial.
Dynasil announced that the Xcede Patch clinical trial dossier was submitted today to the Medical Ethical Review Committee Universitair Medisch Centrum Groningen, in anticipation of a first-in-human clinical trial.
A total of 155 Patients from outpatient department (OPD) of Dermatology and skin ward at MH Rawalpindi, fulfilling the inclusion criteria were selected after written informed consent and permission from Hospital Ethical Review Committee.
1] This document combines and replaces the 2002 CIOMS International Ethical Guidelines for Biomedical Research Involving Human Subjects and the 2009 CIOMS International Guidelines for Ethical Review of Epidemiological Studies.
HARP is an ethical review process system for Health & Social Care Research, while IRAS generates all forms that researchers and authorised bodies need for obtaining approvals for their study to open in the NHS.
There is also ongoing debate about when research can be identified as health-related, and, consequently, subject to regulation and ethical approval before it can proceed, as researchers differ on how to classify their research, which determines whether or not they really need to go through the ethical review processes managed by RECs and IRBs.
In addition to gathering community feedback, the AFST underwent an ethical review.
The research in the current study is fully compliant with recommendations made in that document, and adheres closely to guidelines established by OHSU's Institutional Review Board and additional ad-hoc committees set up for scientific and ethical review.