Definition of Ethics committee
1. Noun. A committee appointed to consider ethical issues.
Lexicographical Neighbors of Ethics Committee
Literary usage of Ethics committee
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Creation and Governance of Human Genetic Research Databases by Christina Sampogna (2006)
"The Interdisciplinary ethics committee ensures that the processing of data in the HSD is in compliance with "recognised international rules on science and ..."
2. Ethics in Epidemiology and Public Health Practice: Collected Works by Steven Scott Coughlin (1997)
"To most epidemiologists, the phrase “ethics committee” is likely to bring to mind institutional committees for the protection of human subjects (such as ..."
3. Bench and Bar by William S. Hein & Company (1914)
"But in a ruling of the ethics committee which appears as answer to Question ... This particular conception of the ethics committee upon the facts as given ..."
4. Proceedings of the Mid-winter Meeting ... and of the ... Annual Session by Ohio State Bar Association (1908)
"... 46 Report of 12-22 Chairman of 46 Legal Education, Committee on for 1908-1909 36, 46 Report of 24-27 Chairman of 46 Legal Ethics, Committee to Draft 22, ..."