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Mentally disabled research subjects. The enduring policy issues.
|Title||Mentally disabled research subjects. The enduring policy issues.|
|Publication Type||Journal Article|
|Year of Publication||1996|
|Keywords||Adult , Beneficence , DECISION , decision making , ethics , Ethics Committees, Research , Ethics, Medical , Federal , Federal Government , freedom , Government , Government Regulation , Human , Human Experimentation , Humans , Informed , Informed Consent , Medical , Mental , Mental Competency , Mental Retardation , personal , Personal Autonomy , research , United , United States|
The author explores how U.S. regulatory policy falls to resolve many ethical issues inherent in research involving mentally disabled adults, and the many areas that must be addressed by investigators and institutional review boards to effectively protect research participants in these kinds of studies.
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