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Upholding Ethics in Medical Science: a Critical Examination of Progress and Patient Safety

EasyChair Preprint no. 11541

8 pagesDate: December 16, 2023


This research paper conducts a critical examination of the intersection between medical science progress and the imperative of patient safety, with a primary focus on upholding ethical standards in the realm of healthcare research. The ethical dimensions of advancing medical knowledge are explored through a comprehensive analysis of historical perspectives, contemporary challenges, and potential future developments. The study scrutinizes key ethical considerations such as the informed consent process, integrity in research conduct, transparency in reporting, and the mitigation of potential harms to research participants. Through an interdisciplinary lens, it addresses the intricate balance required to foster innovation while safeguarding the well-being and rights of patients involved in medical studies. Drawing on relevant literature, case studies, and ethical guidelines, the paper examines instances where ethical lapses have occurred and their impact on patient safety.

Keyphrases: ethical guidelines, human subjects, Regulatory frameworks

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  author = {Danny Jhonson and Jane Smith},
  title = {Upholding Ethics in Medical Science: a Critical Examination of Progress and Patient Safety},
  howpublished = {EasyChair Preprint no. 11541},

  year = {EasyChair, 2023}}
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