Françoise Baylis and Jocelyn Downie issue a Mayday call to Parliament with respect to ethics at the Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR).
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Am I the only one to feel somewhat uneasy about this? 625 more words
by: Anne Bergen1, Kieran O’Doherty2, and Bronwynne Wilton3
University of Guelph
As practitioners in the field of knowledge mobilization, we tend to work from the value assumption that research knowledge should be shared. 653 more words
Clinical trials tend to exclude vulnerable populations, such as people with disabilities. Speaking to Joshua Howgego of SciDev.net, Dr. Celia B. Fisher, Director of the Center for Ethics Education… 180 more words
Recently, the morality and potential contribution of my project were put into question by a member of the autism community. The main argument laid forward (briefly; this was twitter after all) was that being neurotypical, I could never understand – presumably not even to an extent – what being autistic is like, and so my attempts are inevitably doomed to fail. 1,605 more words