volume 3, issue 4, P118-121 2007
DOI: 10.1177/174701610700300404
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Abstract: This paper presents a personal view on the work of RECs from three different viewpoints: as a researcher, as an occasional participant in other people's studies, and as a potential beneficiary from medical research. It is concluded, from all three perspectives, that whilst RECs are making a valuable contribution to medical research there is a danger that in pursuit of their day-to-day business, they may lose sight of their ultimate purpose, which is to help promote the efficient conduct of ethically sound res…

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