Making More Sense of "Minimal Risk"
IRB: Ethics and Human Research 2002 May-June; 24(3): 10-13
Showing items related by title, author, creator and subject.
Wong, Janice C; Bernstein, Mark (2011-10)This article explores the ethics of paying research participants for studies involving more than minimal risk using arguments grounded in morality, logic and pragmatism, as well as patient responses from a focused qualitative ...
Making Sense of Risk. Donor Risk Communication in Families Considering Living Liver Donation to a Child Knibbe, Mare; Verkerk, Marian (2010-05)This paper contributes to the growing line of thought in bioethics that respect for autonomy should not be equated to the facilitation of individualistic self determination through standard requirements of informed consent ...