Public Trust in Medical Research?: Ethics, Law and Accountability
explores issues of professional integrity and ethics underpinning medical research. This book includes real-life case studies where public trust in medical research has been misplaced and encourages medical professionals to adhere to professional codes of conduct and be informed about their decision making process.
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