Readability of the Written Study Information in Pediatric Research in France
PloS one 2011 April 6; 6(4): e18484
The aim was to evaluate the readability of research information leaflets (RIL) for minors asked to participate in biomedical research studies and to assess the factors influencing this readability.
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