Research ethics applications: Back to basics: What you ought to know about research ethics applications

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Lockwood, P. 2023. Research ethics applications: Back to basics: What you ought to know about research ethics applications. Insights into Imaging. Spring (7), pp. 39-45.
AuthorsLockwood, P.
KeywordsResearch ethics; Radiography; Radiographers
Year2023
JournalInsights into Imaging
Journal citationSpring (7), pp. 39-45
PublisherHaymarket
ISSN2752-9762
Related URLhttps://www.sor.org/getmedia/64957c13-e66a-4890-b94f-9b13f22e0fe0/Insight-spring-2023-book-for-WEB
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Accepted16 Feb 2023
Deposited30 Mar 2023
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