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Alternatives to whistleblowing, or how to intervene effectively and still have a career and life afterwards
We have learned that scientific misbehavior (that is, any scientific conduct that causes the scientific record to be inaccurate, not just plagiarism, falsification and fabrication), is very widespread and that persons who ...
Meeting the challenges: bringing evidence-based treatment to the pregnant patient
Because of the ethical challenges of conducting randomized controlled clinical trials with women who are or may become pregnant, there is insufficient information regarding the risks to the fetus for the majority of ...
International perspectives on research ethics and scientific integrity: at home and abroad
The globalization of biomedical science has transformed collaboration in laboratory and clinical research and raised new challenges for US researchers' understanding of research ethics and scientific integrity. There are ...