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Talvir Singh
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  1. RESEARCH ETHICS WITH EXPECTED MCQ BY TALVIR SINGH


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  3. RESEARCH ETHICS PART VI


  4. Important Measures to Make Research More Ethical 1. Informed consent: The provision of informed consent also includes the knowledge that the informed participation is voluntary and that participants can withdraw from the study at any time.


  5. 2. Protective research design: This involves estimating the probability of happening of harmful effects, their severity, and the likely duration of these effects.


  6. 3. Screening: It is an attempt to select only those individuals for study who show a high tolerance for potential risks.


  7. 4. Pilot studies: When the potential harms are uncertain, a useful precaution involves a pilot study with follow-up diagnostic interviews to assess the effects and request advice from the participants.


  8. 5. Outside proposal review: Requesting others to review research proposals is a helpful precaution in minimizing risks. 6. Professional codes: Two features of professional codes are important for discussion. First, professional codes have been developed inductively from the wide research experiences of professionals. . Second, professional codes place strong emphasis on researchers' responsibility for their research.


  9. 7. Government regulations: Government regulations such as state and central laws are designed to protect or advance the interests of society and its individuals. Thus, researchers are required to take certain precautions.