Ethical Consideration in Orthopedic Research
Understand the historical basis for the development of regulations and governing bodies reviewing human subject research.
Identify and understand ethical principles that guide human subject research.
Understand how to navigate the current regulatory environment for human subject research.
KeywordsEthics Human subject research Orthopedic research
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