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Research ethics review in government and academic institutions in Thailand

Somboon Kietinun


Abstract

This questionnaire-based study was conducted to collect information on the ethics review practices of research institutions in Thailand. One hundred and sixty-five out of 295 responses were received from institutions under the ministry of public health and 79 were received from 146 sent to academic institutions. Of these responses 114 and 64, respectively, reported conducting research involving human subjects. Thirty-four institutions in each group had ethics review committees.

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