This paper provides a halting first step in organizing a set of ethical guidelines for the conduct of population-based research, surveillance and practice. These principles are not distinct from, but an expansion of, traditional ethics. Research ethics, which matured significantly from the Nuremberg Code through to the Helsinki IV and the Council for International Organizations of Medical Sciences (CIOMS) guidelines, nourished the individual human spirit. Ethical principles should have a similarly profound impact in the development of science and the protection of human populations in the 1990s and beyond.
19 L. Med. & Health Care 191-201 (1991)
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Gostin, Lawrence O., "Ethical Principles for the Conduct of Human Subject Research: Population-Based Research and Ethics" (1991). Georgetown Law Faculty Publications and Other Works. 764.