Ethics of Informed Consent
Brewin, Thurstan B.
Canadian Medical Association Journal. 1983 Nov 15; 129(10): 1069-1070.
Attitudes; Autonomy; Comprehension; Consent; Disclosure; Ethics; Human Experimentation; Informed Consent; Moral Obligations; Paternalism; Patient Compliance; Patients; Physician Patient Relationship; Physicians; Psychological Stress; Random Selection; Research; Research Design; Therapeutic Research; Trust;
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Brewin, Thurstan B. (1982-10-23)The need for complete disclosure and mandatory obtaining of informed consent in randomized treatment is questioned. The author suggests that too much information may be as bad as too little. He distinguishes between randomized ...
Brewin, Thurstan B. (1993-01-16)Conclusion: Patients want efficiency, kindness, understanding, and gentleness; and if they have to go through a major ordeal they want to feel that this is only what the doctors involved would want for themselves or their own ...
Brewin, Thurstan B. (1993-01-16)