Responsible conduct of radiology research. Part IV. The boundary of research and practice.

@article{Cooper2005ResponsibleCO,
  title={Responsible conduct of radiology research. Part IV. The boundary of research and practice.},
  author={Jeffrey Allen Cooper},
  journal={Radiology},
  year={2005},
  volume={237 2},
  pages={
          383-4
        }
}
The purpose of this series of articles is to explain the ethical and legal basis for responsible conduct of radiology research and the rules that an investigator must follow. Part four of this series explains special situations that commonly arise during human research in radiology. The boundaries of research and innovative care or quality improvement often are not clear. When human research activities are or become subject to regulation, they must be reviewed and approved by an institutional… CONTINUE READING

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