Medical ethics dictionaries will be only mildly helpful as they often do not address issues of fraud, data tampering, and personal relationships that are of more interest to the chemical research ethicist. They are better than religious ethics dictionaries, though, and that is why they are included here. Basic ethics dictionaries often do not contain such vital terms as "misconduct" or "fraud".
Boyd, Kenneth M., Roger Higgs, and Anthony J. Pinching, eds. The New Dictionary of Medical Ethics. London: BMJ Publishing, 1997.
Duncan, A.S., G.R. Dunstan, and R.B. Welbourn, eds. Dictionary of Medical Ethics. New York: Crossroad, 1981.
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