Ethics Committees Obligated To Consider Diverse Study Populations
By the time research ethics committees review a study protocol, it’s largely complete, so ethicists often are reluctant to bring up the issue of whether the study populations are diverse. The author discusses new guidance for how ethics committees can take on this role.
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