Contains classic essays on the use of human beings and animals in research, the norms of ethical conduct in science, scientific honesty, the relationship between science and society, and other issues. Aimed at faculty and graduate students in health science and biomedical science programs.
'! the editors have selected high-quality essays, and the discussion questions that follow are uniformly insightful and provocative.' Isis ' ! a useful introduction to some of the ethical dilemmas facing research scientists ! a stimulating resource for anyone involved in biological research.' The Lancet 'This book will be of great value to all who are responsible for the education of biomedical scientists in the changing world, where the perception of science and scientists has changed.' The Pharos 'This book is a model of organization and content of a graduate course of ethics in the biological sciences. It is highly recommended not only for the personal library of a scientist or scientist-in-training but also for use in graduate ethics course for the biological scientist.' Doody's Health Sciences Book Review Annual
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