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Ethical Principles in treating human subjects in research

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1. Explain two basic principles for humane treatment of human subjects in research. Provide an example of a study in which ethical principles were not followed. How might study design have been improved in that case?

2. What are the advantages of using a mixed method approach to research? What are the challenges? Provide an example of how you have used (or, in the future, could use) this approach in your professional role

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A brief review of the Belmont Ethical Principles underlying human experimentation. It includes a brief description of the use of mixed research method, its advantages and disadvantages.

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