Novel Approach to Parental Permission and Child Assent for Research: Improving Comprehension
O'Lonergan, Theresa A
Forster-Harwood, Jeri E
Pediatrics 2011 May; 127(5): 917-24
The aim of this research was to test a multimedia permission/assent (P/A) process. The overall hypothesis was that children and their parents exposed to a multimedia P/A process would have better comprehension compared with those exposed to a text-based process.
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