A New Edition of Research Ethics is Now Available

December 13, 2019

Research Ethics (vol. 15, no. 2, 2019) is available online by subscription only.

Articles include:

  • “Status of Retraction Notices for Biomedical Publications Associated with Research Misconduct” by Daniel Drimer-Batca, Jonathan M Iaccarino, and Alan Fine
  • “Hostage Authorship and Dirty Hands: A Reply to Tang” by William Bülow and Gert Helgesson
  • “Can and Should the Research–Therapy Distinction Be Maintained? Reflections in the Light of Innovative Last-Resort Treatment” by Gert Helgesson
  • “Oversight: Community Vulnerabilities in the Blind Spot of Research Ethics” by Nicholas G Cragoe
  • “We Are People and so Are They: Shared Intimacies and the Ethics of Digital Ethnography in Autism Communities” by Débora Antunes and Alexander Dhoest
  • “A Partial Defense of Clinical Equipoise” by Scott D Gelfand
  • “Research Ethics in Correspondence Testing: An Update” by Eva Zschirnt