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  • Investigators conducting biomedical, social, behavioral, pharmaceutical, and medical device research involving humans
  • Ethics Committees in academic institutions, medical schools, hospitals, and pharmaceutical and medical device companies
  • Administrators overseeing human research
  • Faculty teaching human research methods, research ethics, and responsible conduct of research
  • Students concerned with human research issues
  • Organizations fostering human research such as scientific societies and funding agencies
  • Scholars and Investigators interested in the ethics of human research as a field of study
  • Subject Advocates and Concerned Subjects
  • Archivists who oversee scientists’ access to literature on best practices
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