Clinical, Ethical and Legal Implications of Clinical Trials of Dependence or Potentially Dependence Producing Drugs
In: Goldberg, L.; Hoffmeister, F., eds. Psychic Dependence: Definition, Assessment in Animals and Man: Theoretical and Clinical Implications. New York
Attitudes; Bioethical Issues; Clinical Trials; Consent; Drug Abuse; Drugs; Ethical Review; Ethics; Human Experimentation; Incentives; Informed Consent; Investigators; Medical Ethics; Moral Obligations; Nontherapeutic Research; Organizations; Professional Organizations; Psychoactive Drugs; Research; Review; Selection of Subjects; Therapeutic Research; Volunteers;
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Stolinova, Jitka (1980)
Informed Consent: Ethical, Legal, and Medical Implications for Doctors and Patients Who Participate in Randomised Clinical Trials Peckham, M.J. (Cancer Research Campaign. Working Party in Breast Conservation, 1983-04-02)The dilemma of whether or not to seek informed consent from patients in randomized clinical trials is explored. Despite the difficulties of explaining randomization to potential subjects and the danger that physicians and ...