Emergency medicine researchers are faced with conducting research in a stringent regulatory environment. These regulations were brought about by unfortunate consequences to subjects, or mistreatment of animals by misguided scientists, and the inattention of many institutions to monitoring their scientific environment. To regain public trust and maintain the integrity of research, it is imperative that scientists become well versed with regulatory guidelines and that compliance become an integral component of study conduct, from inception to conclusion.
ASJC Scopus subject areas
- Emergency Medicine