The global forum on bioethics in research meeting, “ethics of research in pregnancy”: emerging consensus themes and outputs

@inproceedings{Hunt2017TheGF,
  title={The global forum on bioethics in research meeting, “ethics of research in pregnancy”: emerging consensus themes and outputs},
  author={Adrienne Hunt and Natalie Banner and Katherine Littler},
  booktitle={Reproductive Health},
  year={2017}
}
Research during pregnancy is affected by multiple ethical challenges which have not received sufficient international attention and consideration from the bioethics, clinical, and policymaking communities working together. Unresolved ethical questions about research in pregnancy have significant detrimental impacts on maternal and newborn health, in part because they inhibit an evidence base being developed on the efficacy and safety of medicines and health interventions for pregnant women… CONTINUE READING
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