This chapter attempts to derive, define, and specify norms governing the relationship between physician-researcher and patient-subject, and to explore their interconnection. It argues that rooting the relationship between physician-researcher and patient-subject in a normative theory of trust is promising. It enables the derivation, definition, and specification of norms governing the relationship and appreciation of their interconnection.
- Physician-researcher relationship,
- Patient-subject relationship,
- Normative theory,
- Informed consent relationships,
- Medical research
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