Response to Written Feedback of Clinical Data Within a Longitudinal Study: A Qualitative Study Exploring the Ethical Implications
Gray, Cindy M
BMC medical research methodology 2011 January 27; 11: 10
There is a growing ethical imperative to feedback research results to participants but there remains a striking lack of empirical research on how people respond to individualised feedback. We sought to explore longitudinal study participants' response to receiving individual written feedback of weight-related and blood results, and to consider the balance of harms against benefits.
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