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  1. Mind the Gaps in Ethical Regulations of Nursing Research.B. M. Schrems - 2013 - Nursing Ethics (3):0969733012462051.
    The introduction of and the commitment to evidence-based nursing in all care settings have led to a rapid increase of intervention and outcome-based research programs. Yet, the topics of nursing research are not only affected by interventions and outcomes but also affected by the concept of caring derived from humanistic philosophy. Considering this twofold orientation of nursing science, nuanced ethical regulations for nursing research programs are called for. In addition to the different research approaches, further arguments for ethical regulations are (...)
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  • Ethical and Cultural Considerations in Informed Consent in Botswana.Sheila Shaibu - 2007 - Nursing Ethics 14 (4):503-509.
    Reflections on my experience of conducting research in Botswana are used to highlight tensions and conflicts that arise from adhering to the western conceptualization of bioethics and the need to be culturally sensitive when carrying out research in one's own culture. Cultural practices required the need to exercise discretionary judgement guided by respect for the culture and decision-making protocols of the research participants. Ethical challenges that arose are discussed. The brokerage role of nurse educators and leaders in contextualizing western bioethics (...)
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  • Ethics in Neonatal Pain Research.Anna Axelin & Sanna Salanterä - 2008 - Nursing Ethics 15 (4):492-499.
    A literature review of 98 articles concerning clinical pain research in newborn infants was conducted to evaluate how researchers report the ethical issues related to their studies and how journals guide this reporting. The articles were published in 49 different scientific journals. The ethical issues most often mentioned were parental informed consent (94%) and ethical review approval (87%). In 75% of the studies the infants suffered pain during the research when placebo, no treatment or otherwise inadequate pain management was applied. (...)
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  • Trends in Nursing Ethics Research: Mapping the Literature Production.Helena Blažun Vošner, Danica Železnik, Peter Kokol, Janez Vošner & Jernej Završnik - 2017 - Nursing Ethics 24 (8):892-907.
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