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SPECIFIC CONSIDERATIONS IN RESEARCH METHODS RELATED TO PEDIATRICS

Dr. Ishita Swami*

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Respect for people, beneficence, and fairness are the three fundamental ethical concepts on which the ethics and regulations of clinical research are based. In order to interpret the requirements of these three principles in the particular situation of research involving human beings, ethical codes and regulations contain rules or norms. Children are viewed as vulnerable subjects since they are unable to give informed consent due to a lack of capacity or competence. In light of this, it is generally forbidden for minors to participate in research without their parents' or guardians' consent, according to the regulations. Additionally, consent from children who are old enough to make informed decisions is necessary. When procedures or interventions entail a larger than minimal risk but little likelihood of immediate benefit, special explanations must be made before include children in research initiatives. It highlights the continuing nature of ethical considerations, emphasising how crucial it is to take them into account not only before but even after doing research. In terms of the children's best interests, the study examines some of the major ethical problems that develop during and after research involving children.

Keywords: Research, Ethics, Children.


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