China Medical University Hospital Beigang

Yunlin, Taiwan

China Medical University Hospital Beigang

Yunlin, Taiwan
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Luk H.-N.,China Medical University Hospital Beigang | Ennever J.F.,Review-Board | Day Y.-J.,Chang Gung Memorial Hospital Linkou | Wong C.-S.,Cathay General Hospital | Sun W.-Z.,National Taiwan University Hospital
Acta Anaesthesiologica Taiwanica | Year: 2015

For this guidance article, the Ethics Review Task Force (ERTF) of the Journal reviewed and discussed the ethics issues related to publication of human research in the field of anesthesia. ERTF first introduced international ethics principles and minimal requirements of reporting of ethics practices, followed by discussing the universal problems of publication ethics. ERTF then compared the accountability and methodology of several medical journals in assuring authors' ethics compliance. Using the Taiwan Institutional Review Board system as an example, ERTF expressed the importance of institutional review board registration and accreditation to assure human participant protection. ERTF presented four major human research misconducts in the field of anesthesia in recent years. ERTF finally proposed a flow-chart to guide journal peer reviewers and editors in ethics review during the editorial process in publishing. Examples of template languages applied in the Ethics statement section in the manuscript are expected to strengthen the ethics compliance of the authors and to set an ethical culture for all the stakeholders involved in human research. Copyright © 2015, Taiwan Society of Anesthesiologists. Published by Elsevier Taiwan LLC. All rights reserved.


PubMed | Cathay General Hospital, China Medical University Hospital Beigang, Chang Gung Memorial Hospital Linkou, National Taiwan University Hospital and Review-Board
Type: Journal Article | Journal: Acta anaesthesiologica Taiwanica : official journal of the Taiwan Society of Anesthesiologists | Year: 2015

For this guidance article, the Ethics Review Task Force (ERTF) of the Journal reviewed and discussed the ethics issues related to publication of human research in the field of anesthesia. ERTF first introduced international ethics principles and minimal requirements of reporting of ethics practices, followed by discussing the universal problems of publication ethics. ERTF then compared the accountability and methodology of several medical journals in assuring authors ethics compliance. Using the Taiwan Institutional Review Board system as an example, ERTF expressed the importance of institutional review board registration and accreditation to assure human participant protection. ERTF presented four major human research misconducts in the field of anesthesia in recent years. ERTF finally proposed a flow-chart to guide journal peer reviewers and editors in ethics review during the editorial process in publishing. Examples of template languages applied in the Ethics statement section in the manuscript are expected to strengthen the ethics compliance of the authors and to set an ethical culture for all the stakeholders involved in human research.

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