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Code Of Research Ethics in the University of Malaya

Published/Released on August 01, 2013 | Posted by Admin on November 3, 2018 / , , ,
 


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The start of this institutional human research ethics policy is very much standard fare, then it takes a decidedly unexpected turn. It’s always important to be wary of cultural imperialism but some things are startling enough to warrant comment.

“1. All research conducted by staff and students of the university involving human participants and the use of vertebrate animal subjects must be referred to the appropriate ethics committee.
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2. These include all research, qualitative or quantitative, regardless of whether the research is funded by internal/external grants or even unfunded.
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3. All research conducted by staff and students must follow codes of ethical guidelines for research involving human participants which include:”
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a) Sources of Data – The participant is subject to ethical clearance, meaning the researcher must define whether the data involves new data collection or existing data and how the data will be collected.

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