Humana Mente 8 (28):169-185 (2015)

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Suzanne Uniacke
Charles Sturt University
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This paper addresses what should be an important question for many institutional ethics committees: How might they justifiably trust external peer review of the scientific merit of research proposals under their consideration, since these committees are typically not constituted to review the science themselves?
Keywords expertise  peer review  ethics committee  trust  authority  responsibility
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