We sought researchers'views on the ethics of research practice and the Australian system of review of research proposals by research ethics committees (RECs).
Researchers were found to be supportive of review of research proposals, even though they thought that the process of review was time consuming and demanding.
However, our findings suggest that not all researchers present their research proposals for review by committees, and that some researchers deviate from their approved proposals without seeking approval for those deviations from an REC.
Mots-clés Pascal : Ethique, Programme recherche, Recherche scientifique, Expérimentation, Homme, Réglementation, Organisme contrôle, Perception sociale, Attitude, Chercheur, Australie, Océanie, Enquête, Comité éthique
Mots-clés Pascal anglais : Ethics, Research program, Scientific research, Experimentation, Human, Regulation, Supervisory institution, Social perception, Attitude, Research worker, Australia, Oceania, Inquiry
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