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Interim report on the Joint International Society for Environmental Epidemiology (ISEE) -- Global Environmental Epidemiology Network (GEENET) Ethics Survey
Soskolne, C.L.; Jhangri, G.S.; Hunter, B.; Close, M.
Guidelines/codes of ethics: merging process and content
Realities of decision-making and social issues: Implications for developing and implementing ethics guidelines
Data protection and epidemiologic research
Legislation to protect individual confidentiality: the case of cancer registration in Germany
Bellach, B.; Schon, D.
Ethical aspects of genetic predisposition to environmentally-related disease
Grandjean, P.; Sorsa, M.
Monitoring the worker and the community for chemical exposure and disease: legal and ethical considerations in the United States
Science, advocacy, human and environmental health
Environmental integrity, racism and health
Environmental justice: the role of epidemiology in protecting unempowered communities from environmental hazards
Informed consent in the Czech Republic
Balancing the interests of patients, science and employees: case study of RF (microwave) exposures of US embassy staff in eastern European posts
Cancer hazard identification and qualitative risk assessment
Causal inference in environmental epidemiology: the role of implicit values
Botti, C.; Comba, P.; Forastiere, F.; Settimi, L.
Scientific uncertainty: how do we know when to communicate research findings to the public?
Ethics in community-based environmental epidemiology and public health practice: some considerations
Reflections on the relevance of the Georgetown paradigm for the ethics of environmental epidemiology
Empirical analyses of ethical misconduct in risk analyses
Epidemiology in the courtroom: analysis of an ethical conflict
Nilstun, T.; Inskip, H.M.
Communication of research findings in peer-reviewed journals: publication bias, timing of publication, conflicting interests and fraud
Towards ethics guidelines for environmental epidemiologists
Soskolne, C.L.; Light, A.