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Incentives to Increase Pharmacovigilance Practices from an Educational and Ethical Point of View
(Juniper Publishers Inc., 2017)
An adverse drug reaction (ADR) is a burden both to healthcare system and has economic, medical and ethical dimensions. ADR reporting is a responsibility of all healthcare professionals and is essential for the effectiveness ...
Inconsistencies in institutional review board decisions: A proposal to regulate the decision-making process
(Comenius University, 2019)
Medical sciences and medical technologies are developing in an enormous pace. The number of multi-site and multi-cultural clinical trials is increasing in line with this development. Yet, the increase in number brought ...
Do fair and just systems require compensation for the disadvantages of the natural lottery? A discussion on society’s duties on the provision of gene therapy
(MACEDONIAN ACAD SCIENCES ARTS, 2019)
Genetic diseases have been thought to be acquired as a result of sheer bad luck. However, recent advances in medical science have demonstrated the mechanisms of genetic disorders, which enable us to intervene with their ...
Evaluation of Ethical Analyses in Seven Reports from the European Network for Health Technology Assessment
(Cambridge University Press, 2019)
Objectives Ethics has been considered among the core domains of health technology assessment (HTA), but there are still disputes regarding ethical analysis. This study aimed to examine full final reports of the European ...
Standardizing Decision-Making Processes in Institutional Review Boards in Accordance with International Guidelines and Turkish Regulations
All research on human subjects should go through objective and independent ethical review. However, there are huge inconsistencies in the decisions of the review boards, which lead the investigators to question the ...