Is it ethical to use placebo in clinical trial what is your opinion and what do cioms and ich guidelines mention in this regard?
Placebo is a dose of an inactive pill or other type of drug, used in drug testing to control for psychological effects of taking medicine. Its use is debated in clinical trials, but the practice of prescribing placebo for patients is far more controversial.
Is it ethical for a psychologist to submit a personal opinion in a civil case that gives a mental health diagnosis to someone he knows only socially and without consent?
If I read your question correctly the psychologist is not giving a professional evaluation in the civil case. If this is the case it is ethical for him to give an opinion. The fact he is a psychologist should have no bearing on the case. He could be a plumber, teacher, or fireman since it is an opinion.
Ethical relativism is the opinion that conceptions of moral and truth values are not certain, but are relative to the person or organizations holding them. You can get more information about ethical relativism at the Wikipedia. Once on the page, type "Moral Relativism" into the search field at the top of the page and press enter to bring up the information.
Yes it does as far as you follow its complete guidelines. It is not a magic pill, it is a well thought (in my opinion) combination of nutritional advice, exercising guidelines and pills. In about three months of use I increased 1 inch in booty size. After nine months I was up to 3 and a half inches. My sister did not get as much but she didn't follow the complete guidelines either.
This is entirely subjective, as ethics are a personal thing. I would say that yes, illegal behavior can certainly be ethical, as in my opinion certain laws are inappropriate. However, this is wide open to personal interpretation, and your ethics may differ hugely from mine. I believe that the majority of people know the fundamental difference between right and wrong, and the law is there for the rest of us. But that's just my opinion.
In my opinion an ethical research doesn't exploit anyone, humans, animals, and the enviroment too. An ethical research should also research for something to use on behalf of humanity, not researching for weapons, for example. So otherwise unethical research doesn't care about anyone and anything, giving first importance to the purpose, to the result. This kind of research is sick in my opinion, piloted by people with power and bad purposes, who don't care about…
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