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Double Standards in Medical Research in Developing Countries (Cambridge Law, Medicine and Ethics)

by Ruth Macklin

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Published by Cambridge University Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Medical ethics,
  • Law,
  • Medical / Nursing,
  • Public health,
  • Ethics,
  • Law / Medical Law & Legislation,
  • General,
  • Developing countries,
  • Medical care,
  • Research

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages288
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL7745520M
    ISBN 100521541700
    ISBN 109780521541701

    International regulations governing medical research, healthcare and medical practice, Moral Worth and the Question of Double Standards in Medical Research in Developing Countries. Godfrey B. Tangwa. University of Yaounde 1, Yaounde, Cameroon to make appropriate distinctions between the ethics of developed world research in the Cited by: Double standards in medical research in developing countries Double standards in medical research in developing countries. By Dirce Guilhem. Cite. BibTex; Full citation; Topics: Medicine, R Author: Dirce Guilhem.

      to weigh matters for themselves. The book is clearly written and accessible, and will provide food for thought for researchers, ethicists, and others. David A Rier Double standards in medical research in developing countries (Cambridge law, medicine and ethics) Edited by Ruth Macklin. Cambridge University Press, , pp + viii, £ Author: David A Rier.   To make research a globalized activity, international research organizations must be the nexus between developed and developing countries. This way, knowledge, technology, financial support, and human resources can be thoroughly directed to develop and implement strategies, policies and actions that allow diffusion of research throughout varied regions.

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Double Standards in Medical Research in Developing Countries (Cambridge Law, Medicine and Ethics) by Ruth Macklin Download PDF EPUB FB2

Double Standards in Medical Research in Developing Countries. Ruth Macklin, a senior bioethicist with a longstanding interest in research ethics, has produced a very readable overview and analysis of the main issues in one of the most acrimonious international debates the field of ethics has seen in recent : Udo Schuklenk.

The chief concern is that research subjects in developing countries may be exploited because sponsors of research employ double standards. One debate focuses on whether the standard of care provided to subjects of medical research in developing countries should be the same as what research subjects receive in North America and by: Is it acceptable to lower the ethical standards adopted in the industrialized world when carrying out research in developing or resource-poor countries.

This is the first book to examine these issues, drawing the bold conclusion that double standards in medical research are ethically unacceptable.5/5(1). Double standards in medical research in developing countries (Cambridge law, medicine and ethics) Edited by Ruth Macklin. Cambridge University Press,pp + viii, £ ($) (paperback).

When scientists from the developed world conduct clinical trials in the developing world, special ethical issues : David A Rier. double standards in medical research in developing countries moting double standards in medical research in advancement of medical science.

Although this book will be essential reading. Double Standards in Medical Research in Developing Countries This book explores the ethical controversies that have surrounded the design and conduct of international medical research sponsored by industrialized countries or industry, and carried out in developing countries.

Double Standards in Medical Research in Developing Countries Udo Schuklenk, professor of bioethics and human rights University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, South Africa [email protected] Double Standards in Medical Research in Developing Countries This book explores the ethical controversies that have surrounded the design and conduct of international medical research sponsored by industrializedcountriesorindustry,andcarriedoutindevelopingcoun-tries.

The chief concern is that research subjects in developing countries. This suggested definition is that of Ruth Macklin, formulated in her seminal book Double Standards in Medical Research in Developing Countries (Macklin ). For Macklin, " Exploitation occurs. As diseases such as cancer, diabetes, and HIV/AIDS rise in global incidence, investment in research on these diseases are of increasing value to the developing world.

Strategic partnerships between public, private, and nonprofit sectors have also formed to address health problems. Book Review DOUBLE STANDARDS IN MEDICAL RESEARCH IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES. Double standards in medical research in developing countries (Cambridge law, medicine and ethics) Article (PDF Available) in Journal of Epidemiology & Community Health 60(7) Author: David Rier.

Book: Double Standards In Medical Research In Developing Countries. R uth Macklin, a senior bioethicist with a longstanding interest in research ethics, has produced a very readable overview and analysis of the main issues in one of the most acrimonious international debates the field of ethics has seen in recent times.

Unlike the excited bickering about stem cell research and reproductive cloning, this debate affects the lives of real people and is quite Author: Udo Schuklenk.

It is amazing to see how medical science has progressed. Medical research is now cross-national and cross-cultural, the relentless progress of globalization poses complex ethical questions for those wishing to do medical research in developing countries. In developing countries, poverty, endemic diseases, and a low level of investment in health care systems influence both the ease of Cited by: 1.

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Double Standards in Medical Research in Developing Countries Ruth Macklin This book examines the ethical controversies that have surrounded the design and conduct of international medical research sponsored by industrialized countries or industry, and carried out in developing countries.

Double standards in medical research in developing countries (Cambridge law, medicine and ethics). most interesting parts of this book is a discussion of several approaches for making medical drugs more affordable to developing countries. The book touches on the philosophical aspect, but focuses more on the practical application for the.

Journal of the American Medical Association 'Double Standards in Medical Research in Developing Countries is a thought provoking summation of the most troubling bioethical issues in clinical research trials, a worthy addition to the Law, Medicine and Ethics series of the Cambridge University Press.'.

Books in the series. Marcus Radetzki, Marian Radetzki, Niklas Juth. Genes and Insurance: Ethical, Legal and Economic Issues. 0 7 Ruth Macklin, Double Standards in Medical Research in Developing Countries. 0 4 hardback 0 0 paperback. ii.Double Standards • When, if ever, should research that is considered unethical in developed countries be conducted in developing countries?

• In particular, should a placebo or no treatment arm be included in clinical trials when an effective treatment exists, even if it is not generally available where the research is to be conducted?File Size: 39KB.Similar Items.

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