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Transplantation ethics Glasgow Science Festival

Well here goes a bit of an experiment. I recently gave a lecture in the Goodall symposium at the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons in Glasgow as part of the Glasgow Science festival. I used the zooming presentation platform … Continue reading

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Probity and conduct in medical research

Probity can be defined as uprightness, moral correctness and honesty. In research terms the meaning remains the same and in this blog I am really talking about integrity in the conduct of research. When we undertake medical research we should do … Continue reading

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Research governance, ethics and permissions (for dummies!) Part 2

This piece is again modified from a section written by me as a resource supporting the Edinburgh Surgical Sciences Qualification (ESSQ) MSc Masters in Surgical Sciences. It is not meant to be an exhaustive guide more an outline. Similar regulatory processes exist … Continue reading

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Research governance, ethics and permissions (for dummies!) Part 1

This piece is again modified from a section written by me as a resource supporting the Edinburgh Surgical Sciences Qualification (ESSQ) MSc Masters in Surgical Sciences. It is not meant to be an exhaustive guide more an outline. Similar regulatory … Continue reading

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