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Beyond the "Framework": institutional considerations in managing allegations of misconduct in research
|Title||Beyond the "Framework": institutional considerations in managing allegations of misconduct in research|
|Year of Publication||1992|
|Authors||Association of American Medical Colleges|
|Pagination||ix, 63 p.|
|Place Published||Washington, D.C.|
|Keywords||AMERICAN , and , aspects.; , Association , Colleges; , ethical , ethics , ethics.; , Medical , MEDICINE , Moral , of , professional , research , SCIENCE|
This handbook raises important and difficult issues that institutions and the federal government long have been grappling with in conducting reviews of possible misconduct in research. Its function is to guide institutional officials through the administrative and legal pitfalls associated with these reviews, and to propose options for handling some of the more common problems. Readers of the document will gain insight into such questions as: What does due process mean in the context of institutional procedure? How should an institution deal with anonymous allegations? What is the role of lawyers in the process of reviewing an allegation? What is a hearing, and how does it fit into the review procedure?
(OCoLC)ocm27314003adopted by the Executive Council of the Association of American Medical Colleges.23 cm.Adopted Sept. 24, 1992.