Parental Comprehension and Satisfaction in Informed Consent in Paediatric Clinical Trials: A Prospective Study on Childhood Leukaemia
Tréluyer, J M
Archives of disease in childhood 2010 Oct; 95(10): 800-4
To evaluate the extent to which parents are satisfied with and understand the information they are given when their consent is sought for their child to participate in a phase III randomised clinical trial and the reasons for their decision.
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Correlates of Parental Participation During Informed Consent for Randomized Clinical Trials in the Treatment of Childhood Leukemia Drotar, Dennis; Miller, Victoria; Willard, Victoria; Anthony, Kyle; Kodish, Eric (2004)
Ménoni, Véronique; Lucas, Noël; Leforestier, Jean François; Dimet, Jérôme; Doz, François; Chatellier, Gilles; Tréluyer, Jean-Marc; Chappuy, Hélène (2010-05-11)BACKGROUND: Quantitative tools have been developed to evaluate the readability of written documents and have been used in several studies to evaluate information and consent forms. These studies all showed that such documents ...