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Construction and validation of the "La Salle Instrument" to evaluate the ethical aspects in biomedical research on human beings.

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Summary of "Construction and validation of the "La Salle Instrument" to evaluate the ethical aspects in biomedical research on human beings."

Research projects must demonstrate not only a rigorous scientific methodology, but also the ethical aspects that require profound reflection of the reviewers. Current regulations establish criteria for research projects on human health, but many of these aspects are subjective. How can the evaluation of such projects be standardized? This is the main subject of the current project.

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Name: Gaceta medica de Mexico
ISSN: 0016-3813
Pages: 344-353

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