A Survey of Canadian Medical Student Attitudes Towards the Ethics of Pediatric Clinical Trials: Are They Different From Canadian and British Health Care Professionals?
Bahm, Allison L
Seabrook, Jamie A
Sammons, Helen M
Rieder, Michael J
Journal of population therapeutics and clinical pharmacology = Journal de la thérapeutique des populations et de la pharamcologie clinique 2011; 18(1): e10-6
Due to ethical concerns and constraints inherent to research in children, the conduct of clinical trials in children has often been difficult. The views of medical professionals and trainees towards conducting clinical trials in children have been largely unexplored and are potentially important towards working to increase the number of appropriate trials conducted in children.
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