volume 1, issue 2, P38-39 2005
DOI: 10.1177/174701610500100202
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Abstract: McHale also argues that it is critical that sufficient funds are made available to ensure that members of NHS RECs have access to appropriate training and updated information concerning their role, to ensure that they have the requisite level of expertise for their task. This moves us full circle and further highlights the core position of training which is also recognised in the recommendations set out in the report of the ad hoc advisory group on the operation of NHS research ethics committees. As highlighte…

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