Work Setting, Publication, and Scientific Responsibility

TitleWork Setting, Publication, and Scientific Responsibility
Publication TypeJournal Article
Year of Publication2003
AuthorsRier, DA
JournalScience Communication
Volume24
Issue4
Pagination420
Date Published2003
Publication Languageeng
ISBN Number15528545
KeywordsEPIDEMIOLOGISTS , EPIDEMIOLOGY , ethics , PUBLIC , WORK
AbstractDiscusses a study which suggested that work setting influences how epidemiologists define and execute their ethical responsibilities toward social consequences of their work. Indication of semi-structured interviews with toxic exposure epidemiologists; Evidence suggesting the importance of the local unit environment.
NotesRier, David A.; Source Info: Jun2003, Vol. 24 Issue 4, p420; Subject Term: EPIDEMIOLOGISTS; Subject Term: EPIDEMIOLOGY; Subject Term: WORK environment; Subject Term: PUBLIC health; Subject Term: ETHICS; NAICS/Industry Codes: 525120 Health and Welfare Funds; Number of Pages: 38p; Document Type: Article
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DOI10.1177/1075547003024004002

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