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Online research ethics: A pedagogic challenge

Researchers, scientists and professionals who are somehow involved in research, need to develop an ability to detect ethical problems. But we also need to learn how to do something about them. 684 more words

In The Research Debate

Playing God Rock Opera Tackles Biomedical Ethical Debates

Check out this great write-up about the Weill Cornell Clinical and Translational Science Center’s (CTSC’s) “one-night only” presentation of the new musical Playing God: The Rock Opera on April 23, 2015! 108 more words


Letter From A Bioethecist

Dear Harlon,

You advocate forming an argument between ethics and the social determinants of health – which is so important. Ethics can be transformed into evidence and there is a growing body of evidence to support its inclusion – it is an uphill battle however.  444 more words

A Patient Voice

ETHICS IN RESEARCH: Animal testing - Animal use or animal abuse?

Ethics may bring different meaning to different people depending on their value and perception of the wrong and right doings. This term is also called the moral philosophy which refers to the discipline concerned with what is… 695 more words


Moral values to achieve good scientific conduct

Our attributes and moral values shape who we are and what we become. While there are no unique moral values that are associated with conduct in scientific research, there are certainly value systems that are inherently required to a greater degree in order to achieve success in this field. 652 more words


Research Ethics

Ethics is a scary word. It relates to what is and what is not right, or morally just. The problem with ethics in research (or any area for that matter) is that individuals will have different standards as to what they deem right or wrong. 464 more words