Taking ethical photos of children for medical and research purposes in low-resource settings: an exploratory qualitative study [Book Review]

BMC Medical Ethics 14 (1):27 (2013)

Abstract
Photographs are commonly taken of children in medical and research contexts. With the increased availability of photographs through the internet, it is increasingly important to consider their potential for negative consequences and the nature of any consent obtained. In this research we explore the issues around photography in low-resource settings, in particular concentrating on the challenges in gaining informed consent
Keywords Photography  Ethics  Informed consent  Teleconference
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DOI 10.1186/1472-6939-14-27
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