volume 5, issue 2, P85-88 2009
DOI: 10.1177/174701610900500212
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Abstract: This is the second of four papers to be published in Research EthicsReview in 2009 that address methodological issues of relevance to research ethics committees. It focuses on three issues: the appropriateness of the research question, the different types of study design available, including both qualitative and quantitative, and the need for, and choice of, a control group. The paper argues that these issues are key to ethical consideration since inappropriate design may not be salvageable and can lead to un…

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