Science and Engineering Ethics 8 (2):215-218 (2002)

Ethical dilemmas are the result of conflicts between potential benefits or harms for two or more competing interests. Therefore, ethical decision-making implies a responsibility to identify those interests, harms, and benefits. For this purpose, researchers have responsibilities to the research, the subjects of research, other researchers, the institution, society, the environment, and self.
Keywords responsible conduct of research (RCR)  ethical decision-making  research ethics
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