Ethics in psychiatric research - Resources for faculty development and resident education ACADEMIC PSYCHIATRY Roberts, L. W., Solomon, Z., Roberts, B. B., Keith, S. J. 1998; 22 (1): 1-20


Controversy has arisen in recent years about the participation of psychiatric patients in questionably ethical research protocols. Consequently, academic psychiatrists have been called upon to enrich their understanding of the ethical aspects of research and to teach residents more intensively about these issues in scientific methodology. Toward these ends, the authors have assembled an extensive resource listing in the area of psychiatric research ethics. Articles were identified through MEDLINE and BIOETHICS LINE computerized searches and the authors' review of relevant literature through 1996. Emphasis was placed on those pieces with special historical value, empirical studies, and papers that provide background on the current controversies in psychiatric research ethics. The references were organized into five logical categories. Based on the resource review, the authors briefly discuss areas related to research ethics that merit greater attention in academic psychiatry.

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