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International ethical guidelines for biomedical research involving human subjects.

International ethical guidelines for biomedical research involving human subjects. The CIOMS guidelines have been developed and revised with the problems of conducting medical research in less developed countries particularly in mind. The proposed guidelines were first published in 1982, revised in 1993, and have now been published in a third version after a revision process lasting three years. Last month the Bulletin published just one guideline and accompanying commentary. There now follow all the guidelines, without commentary, but with an appendix detailing what should be in a protocol. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of medical ethics Pubmed

International ethical guidelines for biomedical research involving human subjects.

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Bulletin of medical ethics , Volume (182): 7 – Mar 18, 2004

International ethical guidelines for biomedical research involving human subjects.


Abstract

The CIOMS guidelines have been developed and revised with the problems of conducting medical research in less developed countries particularly in mind. The proposed guidelines were first published in 1982, revised in 1993, and have now been published in a third version after a revision process lasting three years. Last month the Bulletin published just one guideline and accompanying commentary. There now follow all the guidelines, without commentary, but with an appendix detailing what should be in a protocol.

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0962-9564
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14983848

Abstract

The CIOMS guidelines have been developed and revised with the problems of conducting medical research in less developed countries particularly in mind. The proposed guidelines were first published in 1982, revised in 1993, and have now been published in a third version after a revision process lasting three years. Last month the Bulletin published just one guideline and accompanying commentary. There now follow all the guidelines, without commentary, but with an appendix detailing what should be in a protocol.

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Bulletin of medical ethicsPubmed

Published: Mar 18, 2004

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