volume 8, issue 4, P191-199 2012
DOI: 10.1177/1747016112461731
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Abstract: Illicit drug users are frequently identified as a 'vulnerable population' requiring 'special protection' and 'additional safeguards' in research. However, without specific guidance on how to enact these special protections and safeguards, research ethics committee (REC) members sometimes fall back on untested assumptions about the ethics of illicit drug use research. In light of growing calls for 'evidence-based research ethics', this commentary examines three common assumptions amongst REC members about what…

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