La notion de consentement éclairé: mythe ou réalité pour les pays africains
Adiogo, Dieudonne Desire
Journal International de Bioéthique = International Journal of Bioethics 2009 March-June; 20(1-2): 59-63
The question of informed consent in Africa is an issue of great debate between the defenders of the respect of personal independence and the defenders of community organization. These two theses need to be complementary in order to reconcile: the respect of personal independence participating in research and the preservation of all diversity which are one of the guarantors of progress. Due to the weak capacity of groups to be determined and due to the weak interest of the different research players, it is important that a step towards the preservation of the rights of subjects participating in research and communities be implemented. For this, it is important to give a sense of responsibility to both sponsors and researchers and the ethics committees that regulate this process.
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