Review of “Etica in practica cercetarii clinice pe subiecti umani in 6 tari europene din fostul bloc comunist”, authored by Ana Voichita Tebeanu, George Florian Macarie, in “Etica si integritate in educatie si cercetare”, Tritonic Publishing House, 2018
Keywords:research ethics, medical research, research on human subjects
AbstractI chose to conduct a review of the chapter „Etica în practica cercetării clinice pe subiecţi umani în 6 ţări europene din fostul bloc comunist” [Ethics in the practice of clinical research on human subjects in 6 European countries from the former communist bloc], authored by Ana Voichiţa Tebeanu and George Florian Macarie, inserted in part II, entitled "Etica în cercetare şi inovare” [Ethics in research and innovation], of the volume "Etică şi integritate în educaţie şi cercetare” [Ethics and integrity in education and research], coordinated by Antonio Sandu and Bogdan Popoveniuc and published in 2018 at Tritonic Publishing House, as it is a topical issue, which raises numerous ethical dilemmas, because medical research involving human subjects is a topic of debate brought more and more into discussion as the medical community recognizes the need that practitioners and researchers in the medical field substantiate their research on ethical grounds.
Sandu, A., & Popoveniuc, B. (Coords.). (2018). Etică şi integritate în educaţie şi cercetare [Ethics and integrity in education and research]. Bucharest, Romania: Tritonic.
Tebeanu, A. V., & Macarie, G. F. (2018). Etica în practica cercetării clinice pe subiecţi umani în 6 ţări europene din fostul bloc comunist [Ethics in the practice of clinical research on human subjects in 6 European countries from the former communist bloc]. In A. Sandu & B. Popoveniuc (Coords.), Etică şi integritate în educaţie şi cercetare [Ethics and integrity in education and research] (pp. 245-272). Bucharest, Romania: Tritonic.
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