Ethics of Studies in Poor Countries Lead to Call for New Reg

Two researchers from the University of North Carolina are calling for new ways to regulate health surveys.
Even something as apparently innocuous as health surveys can raise tricky moral questions when conducted in poor countries, researchers wrote in this month’s Bulletin of the World Health Organization.
The article, by a bioethicist and a population geographer from the University of North Carolina, calls for new ways to regulate surveys.

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