Evaluation of Informed Consent in Health Research: A Questionnaire Survey
Scandinavian journal of caring sciences 2010 Mar; 24(1): 56-64
Informed consent is ethically and legally required for all biomedical and health research involving human participants. This study analyses the realization of informed consent in health research from the point of view of healthy, voluntary adult participants. Empirical studies from this point of view are still rare.
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