Ethical Issues in Scientific Research in Developing Countries

@article{SinghBds2011EthicalII,
  title={Ethical Issues in Scientific Research in Developing Countries},
  author={Mds Ph.D. Abhinav Singh Bds and Bharathi M. Purohit Mds},
  journal={Online Journal of Health Ethics},
  year={2011},
  volume={7},
  pages={3}
}
Ethics is a cornerstone of dental research, and, for that matter, any research. Authorship in scientific research is an important issue which requires considerable discussion and debate. The pressure to publish is well-established in the university community. Faculty member’s performance and promotion are judged by the number of published articles in academic or scholarly journals. Most of the dental schools or universities in India do not have an ethics committee. Ethical issues like informed… 
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