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SMFM Webinar Series: Ethical Inclusion of Pregnant Women in Research

This lecture was recorded on 12/7/2011
Speaker: Anne Drapkin

1. Background of the knowledge gaps and problems of including pregnant women in research
2. Grounds for inclusion of pregnant women in research (effective treatment fetal safety reticence justice)
3. Scientific legal ethical and cultural challenges to including pregnant women in research
4. Ways to move forward with pregnant women in research through research design legislation and policy change

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