Lest We Forget ... Research Ethics in Children: Perhaps Onerous, Yet Absolutely Necessary
Archives of disease in childhood 2010 Nov; 95(11): 863-6
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Brierley, Joe; Larcher, Vic (2011-07)The paucity of research data to guide current paediatric practice has led to children being termed therapeutic orphans. This difficulty is especially pertinent to research in emergency situations, such as acute resuscitation ...
Brierley, Joe; Larcher, Vic (2011-09)Successful transplantation has led to increasing need for donated organs from children; however, contemporaneously decreased brain-death rates means optimization of donation processes is crucial. Although excellent palliative ...
'This House Believes That We Have Gone Too Far in Granting Young People the Responsibility for Making Decisions About Their Own Healthcare': Record of a Debate Held in the Ethics and Law Session of the RCPCH Royal College of Paediatrics And Child Health. Annual Meeting, York 2009 Larcher, Vic; Jones, Alun Elias; Brierley, Joe; Mepani, Bharti; Willsher, Alex; Linton, Sarah; Hamilton-Foad, Courtney; Mistry, Ravi; Raman, Haima; Murphy, Hollie; Beesley, Phillipa (2011-02)