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Justice in jeopardy: a qualitative study of institutional ethics committees in New Delhi

Rohini Kandhari

DOI: 10.20529/IJME.2013.053


Abstract

Protecting the safety and welfare of clinical trial subjects is the primary responsibility of the multidisciplinary ethics committee. In India, ethics committees have come under increasing criticism for functioning as “secret societies unaccountable to the public” .

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