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beneficence Beneficence requires that you design research to maximise the good and minimise the harm, in particular that any risks of research must be balanced by the potential benefits of the research. Benefice... read more
benefit Any positive outcome of research. A benefit can apply to participants, the researchers, the community or the world. Training researchers is also considered a benefit in terms of a research project.

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27th February 2015