There Oughta Be a Law: When Does(n’t) the U.S. Common Rule Apply?

Journal of Law, Medicine and Ethics 48 (S1):60-73 (2020)
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Using mobile health research as an extended example, this article provides an overview of when the Common Rule “applies” to a variety of activities, what might be meant when one says that the Common Rule does or does not “apply,” the extent to which these different meanings of “apply” matter, and, when the Common Rule does apply, how it applies.



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