- 1 Ethics and Research with Children
- 2 Ethical Challenges Related to Participation of Adolescents and Young Adults with Intellectual Disability in Research
- 3 Ethical Challenges Conducting Pediatric Research in the Era of Scarce Drugs
- 4 Catastrophically Ill Children, Access to Unregistered Medical Interventions, and Trial Recruitment Needs
- 5 Ethical Issues in the Neonatal SUPPORT Trial
- 6 Invasive Placebos, Patient Burdens, and Community Advocacy
- 7 When, If Ever, Is It Ethical to Do Research in Developing Countries That Could Not Be Done Ethically in Developed Countries?
- 8 The Welfare of Children, Research Ethics, and the Bucharest Early Intervention Project
- 9 Ethical Issues in Genetic Research with Infants
- 10 Recruitment and Parental Permission for Neonatal Clinical Trials
- 11 Communication and Decision-Making with Parents and Seriously Ill Children about Phase 1 Research Trials
- 12 Involving Parents and Children in Community-Engaged Research
- 13 Social Media and Pediatric Research Recruitment
- 14 Payments for Participation of Children in Research
- 15 Clinical Innovations Near the Boundary of Viability—The Artificial Womb
- 16 Ethics and Research with Children
- About the Editors
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