84. Researcher ethnocentrism, rule-breaking, and subject inclusion. Guest, Rebecca Dresser.
Published February 8, 2017
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    Washington University law professor and bioethicist Rebecca Dresser joins us to discuss her latest book, Silent Partners: Human Subjects and Research Ethics. This scholarly yet in many ways acutely personal examination of the ethics surrounding human subjects research makes a powerful statement in favor of subject inclusion to counter balance what Dresser calls researcher ethnocentrism. Among fascinating topics we discuss are dealing with rule-breaking research subjects and the treatment of research subjects in fiction.
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