Do we need consent for the continued use of children’s biological samples and data in research – and what if the grown up children cannot be located?
Parental consent is sufficient to authorize research involving infants and young children who do not have the capacity to take
At a research ethics workshop at the 2015 CSCW conference (Fiesler et al., 2015),
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My recall of the earliest encounter I had with research ethics is when, as