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Two recent Annals of Internal Medicine papers (Corporate
Research Ethics: Whose Responsibility? and The
Importance of Purpose: Moving Beyond Consent in the Societal Use of
Personal Health Information) address research ethics and
participants' consent in the electronic age. In the first, a
national survey explored public support for the use of electronic
health information for research for differing purposes and under
varying consent scenarios. The second paper discusses the recent
experiment conducted by Facebook to see if manipulating the amount
of positive or negative material users saw altered their emotional
states, as measured by their own posts.
Use these Annals papers to:
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