The ancillary-care responsibilities of researchers: reasonable but not great expectations.

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Authors: Brownsword, R.

Journal: J Law Med Ethics

Volume: 35

Issue: 4

Pages: 679-513

ISSN: 1073-1105

DOI: 10.1111/j.1748-720X.2007.00190.x

This paper argues that, in a community of rights, the prima facie responsibilities of researchers to attend to the ancillary-care needs of their participants would be determined by a four-stage test (relating to placement, capacity, reasonable imposition, and fair demand). This test, it is suggested, sets a standard (and an example) for common law courts that are invited to recognize the ancillary-care responsibilities of researchers, whether as a matter of contract or tort law.

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Authors: Brownsword, R.

Journal: The Journal of law, medicine & ethics : a journal of the American Society of Law, Medicine & Ethics

Volume: 35

Issue: 4

Pages: 679-513

eISSN: 1748-720X

ISSN: 1073-1105

This paper argues that, in a community of rights, the prima facie responsibilities of researchers to attend to the ancillary-care needs of their participants would be determined by a four-stage test (relating to placement, capacity, reasonable imposition, and fair demand). This test, it is suggested, sets a standard (and an example) for common law courts that are invited to recognize the ancillary-care responsibilities of researchers, whether as a matter of contract or tort law.

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