Ethical decision-making in research: Identifying all competing interests
- Michael Kalichman Ph.D.
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Ethical dilemmas are the result of conflicts between potential benefits or harms for two or more competing interests. Therefore, ethical decision-making implies a responsibility to identify those interests, harms, and benefits. For this purpose, researchers have responsibilities to the research, the subjects of research, other researchers, the institution, society, the environment, and self.
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- Ethical decision-making in research: Identifying all competing interests
Science and Engineering Ethics
Volume 8, Issue 2 , pp 215-218
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- Kluwer Academic Publishers
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- responsible conduct of research (RCR)
- ethical decision-making
- research ethics
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- 1. Research Ethics Program, University of California, 92093-0003, San Diego, La Jolla, CA, USA