The Legacy of the Tuskegee Syphilis Experiments for Emergency Exception From Informed Consent
Schmidt, Terri A.
Annals of Emergency Medicine 2003 January; 41(1): 79-81
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A Qualitative Study of Institutional Review Board Members? Experience Reviewing Research Proposals Using Emergency Exception From Informed Consent McClure, Katie B.; Delorio, Nicole M.; Schmidt, Terri A.; Chiodo, Gary; Gorman, Paul (2007-05)BACKGROUND: Emergency exception to informed consent regulation was introduced to provide a venue to perform research on subjects in emergency situations before obtaining informed consent. For a study to proceed, institutional ...
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