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Ethics review roulette: what can we learn?

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Ethics review is an “intervention” in the system of health care that has been less evaluated than others. It aims to minimise risks to patients from inappropriate research or inadequate consent, but as a consequence it may delay or inhibit research beneficial to those same patients. The balance of risks and consequences will clearly be different for different types of research: some questionnaires, clinical audits, or comparisons of standard treatments are associated with low risks, while com...

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Glasziou, Paul
Chalmers, Iain
Publisher:
BMJ Publishing Group
Journal:
British Medical Journal (BMJ) More from this journal
Publication date:
2004-01-01
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http://sers009b.sers.ox.ac.uk/archive/00000961/
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2012-11-15

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