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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In order to ensure all returns are halal, Wahed has a full-time Ethical Review Board, which undertakes a rigorous screening process and produces annual purification reports.
Second the institutional framework for ethical review of research projects is missing in most institutions.
Furthermore, Chinese authorities believe that the scientist forged ethical review documents and blood tests to find a way around the ban on assisted reproduction for HIV-positive patients, CNN reported while quoting state media.
He had raised funds himself and privately organised a team of people to carry out the procedure in order to "seek personal fame and profit", Xinhua said, adding that he had forged ethical review papers in order to enlist volunteers for the procedure.
He had raised funds himself and privately organised a team of people to carry out the procedure in order to "seek personal fame and profit," Xinhua said, adding that he had forged ethical review papers in order to enlist volunteers for the procedure.
Islamic principles, Wahed Invest has a full-time Ethical Review Board.
In order to ensure all products are Halal and in accordance with Islamic principles, Wahed Invest has a full-time Ethical Review Board.
This guide explains how to write research proposals in the health sciences for a thesis or dissertation review committee, ethical review committee, or grant funding committee.
Wahed, which launched in the US in 2015, allows people in the UK as of this year to invest in Halal entities on what it calls an easy-to-use investing platform overseen by an ethical review board.
Wahed Invest is advised by a full-time Ethical Review Board, Mohammed Ibrahim Morshed, head of UK at Wahed Invest, said, adding that "Muslim and non-Muslim investors alike can now be completely confident that they are creating portfolios that are ethically sound."