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  1. Questioning the ethics in petroleum research

    Questioning the ethics in petroleum research “Universities and research institutions should carry out a thorough review of their petroleum research activities,” says chair of ethics committee. In the last twelve months, there has been a broad

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  2. About NEM

    About NEM The Committee has 12 members with different professional backgrounds. Traditionally, the committee has been chaired by a physician. Pursuant to its charter the Committee, in addition to having medical competence, shall include members

    /Our work/About us/The National Committee for Medical and Health Research Ethics (NEM)/About NEM/

  3. Contact NENT

    Contact NENT Contacts: Director Helene Ingierd, phone +47 23 31 83 04 post@etikkom.no Chair Øyvind Mikkelsen oyvind.mikkelsen@chem.ntnu.no

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  4. Members of The National Committee for Research Ethics in the Social Sciences and the Humanities (NESH)

    Members of The National Committee for Research Ethics in the Social Sciences and the Humanities (NESH) Period: 2018-2021 Elisabeth Staksrud (chair) Ivar Kolstad (vice chair) Kirsten Johanne Bang (lay representative) Lene Bomann-Larsen Kjetil

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  5. Report suspicion of research misconduct

    Report suspicion of research misconduct Report to the National Commission for the Investigation of Research Misconduct – suspicion of research misconduct

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  6. Members of The National Committee for Research Ethics on Human Remains

    Members of The National Committee for Research Ethics on Human Remains

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  7. Publications

    Publications This is a collection of reports and articles concerning the events of July 22, 2011 and their consequences for individuals, institutions and communities. We have divided the work into books, evaluations and articles in scientific

    /Our work/About us/Coordinating research on the terrorist attacks 22/7 2011/Publications/

  8. Enebakk, Vidar

    Vidar Enebakk Director, The Norwegian National Research Ethics Committee for the Social Sciences and the Humanities, and theThe National Committee for Research Ethics on Human Remains. vidar.enebakk@etikkom.no Phone: 0047 23 31 83 02

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  9. Hølen, Jacob

    Jacob Hølen Director, The National Committee for Medical and Health Research Ethics (NEM) Phone: +47 23 31 83 03 Email: jacob.holen@etikkom.no

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  10. Ekern, Lise

    Lise Ekern Editor-in-chief for printed magazine Forskningsetikk (Research Ethics) Phone: 0047 23 31 83 11 lise.ekern@etikkom.no

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  11. Langtvedt, Nils Jørgen

    Nils Jørgen Langtvedt Legal advisor Phone: + 47 23 31 83 22

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  12. Johannessen, Adele Flakke

    Adele Flakke Johannessen Higher Executive Officer Phone: 0047 23 31 83 00 Email: adele.johannessen@etikkom.no

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  13. Om oss

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  14. Science and technology

    /The Research Ethics Library/Introduction/An introduction to research ethics/Science and technology/

  15. Methods for ethical assessment

    Methods for ethical assessment When an ethical assessment is made, a method is invariably applied, explicitly or implicitly. In some cases, such as when public committees undertake ethical assessments, it is crucial to thoroughly consider the

    /The Research Ethics Library/Introduction/Systhematic and historical perspectives/Methods for ethical assessment/

  16. The history of research ethics

    The history of research ethics Throughout the ages – and especially after the scientific revolution in the 17th century – the behaviour of researchers has been subject to some form of regulations that have reflected the normative system

    /The Research Ethics Library/Introduction/Systhematic and historical perspectives/The history of research ethics/

  17. Declaration of Helsinki

    Declaration of Helsinki - Ethical Principles for Medical Research Involving Human Subjects Adopted by the 18th WMA General Assembly, Helsinki, Finland, June 1964 and amended by the: 29th WMA General Assembly, Tokyo, Japan, October 1975 35th WMA

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  18. Guidelines drawn up by The Norwegian National Research Ethics Committee for medical and health research (NEM)

    Guidelines drawn up by The Norwegian National Research Ethics Committee for medical and health research (NEM) The work of the medical research ethics committees is based on international conventions such as the Declaration of Helsinki and the

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  19. Summary

    Summary Research ethics The concept of "research ethics" refers to a broad set of standards, values, and institutional arrangements that contribute to constituting and regulating research activities. These include the duty of honesty in

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  20. Research ethics

    These guidelines are about standards of good research practice. They provide an expression of ethical standards to which the research community is committed. Some of these guidelines are also to be found in legislation: for example, the protection

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  21. Scientific integrity, truthfulness and accountability

    The next guidelines concern the exercise of research ethics through good scientific practice. Scientific integrity, truthfulness and accountability 4 Researchers are responsible for conducting high-quality research characterised by scientific

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  22. Uncertainty, risk, and the precautionary principle

    Research may have far-reaching consequences for health, society, or the environment. It is therefore important that the uncer-tainty and risk that are often accompanying factors when research becomes practical and concrete, are not neglected, and

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  23. Protection of research subjects

    Research that involves research subjects raises special requirements regarding respect for the individual subject.[4] Protection of research subjects 10 Researchers must respect the requirement of freely given, informed consent When research

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  24. The relationship between research and other knowledge-bearers and forms of knowledge

    There are a multitude of types of knowledge in all societies. Professionals as well as laypeople have different kinds of experience-based knowledge. Individuals and local communities may possess specific <i>local knowledge. Traditional

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  25. Proposed scientific oath

    The research ethics guidelines should be well known in research communities and should especially reach those who are newly recruited into the research community. The guidelines mean that the individual researcher makes a personal commitment. We

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