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NHS Research Ethics for Medical Students/Novice Researchers - What to consider when developing your project 

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Author(s): Caroline Y Ackland | Lorraine S Reilly

Journal: Scottish Universities Medical Journal
ISSN 2049-8454

Volume: Epub;
Issue: 2;
Start page: 1;
Date: 2013;
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ABSTRACT
Clinical research is a very important aspect of developing clinical care and treatments. Over the last few decades, in part due to un‐ethical studies and trials, there are now strict codes and practices that are essential to safeguard patients involved in clinical research. However, NHS Research Ethics can be a confusing area for novice researchers to navigate their way through. This article, written by two members of The East of Scotland Research Ethics Service, provides information on research ethics and important things to bear in mind when developing projects. It forms the second part of the Scottish Universities Medical Journal ‘Clinical Research for Beginners’ series.

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