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The US department of Health and Human Services has recently published a casebook to stimulate ethical thinking and debate in the field of research. Comprising complex cases and role-play scenarios, the casebook is divided into 8 chapters –
1. Authorship & Publication
2. Research Misconduct
4. Data Acquisition and management
5. Conflicts of Interest
6. Peer Review
7. Mentor and Trainee Relationships
8. Social Responsibility
This is a free resource designed to help researchers address complex ethical issues in their day to day work. The authors invite comment and debate after each case study and role play exercise.
Available at: http://ori.hhs.gov/rcr-casebook-stories-about-researchers-worth-discussing
Read through all of them.Thank you.