Assessing the Impact of a Modified Informed Consent Process in a South African HIV/AIDS Research Trial
Patient education and counseling 2010 Aug; 80(2): 191-9
The process of informed consent may be jeopardized in cross-linguistic research trials but little is known about the factors which contribute to this. The present study was designed to assess the impact on the understanding of trial participants of the essential components of a trial, as well as on the perceptions of the participants, through enrollment via a standard versus a modified informed consent protocol.
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