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Toward a statement of the principles underlying responsible conduct in biomedical research.
|Title||Toward a statement of the principles underlying responsible conduct in biomedical research.|
|Publication Type||Journal Article|
|Year of Publication||1994|
|Authors||Bulger, Ruth Ellen|
|Keywords||ANIMAL , Animal Experimentation , Animal Welfare , animals , Beneficence , Biomedical , Biomedical Research , ethics , Ethics, Professional , Human , Human Experimentation , Humans , INTERPROFESSIONAL , Interprofessional Relations , personal , Personal Autonomy , professional , research , Research Personnel , Research Support as Topic , SOCIAL , Social Values , United , United States , VIRTUES|
This essay first traces the development of the underlying principles that have been formulated in the sphere of human subjects research, from the ancient Hippocratic injunction of do no harm to the three principles identified in 1979 by the National Commission for Protection of Human Subjects of Biomedical and Behavioral Research: respect for persons; beneficence; and justice. Using these principles as a pattern, the following "candidate principles" are proposed for biomedical research to stimulate discussion and the development of consensus among biomedical scientists.
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