Philosophers Assess Randomized Clinical Trials: The Need for Dialogue
Controlled Clinical Trials. 1989 Sep; 10(3): 244-253.
Bioethics; Clinical Trials; Communication; Competence; Comprehension; Consent; Ethical Review; Ethicists; Evaluation; Human Experimentation; Informed Consent; Interdisciplinary Communication; Investigators; Moral Obligations; Patients; Philosophy; Physicians; Professional Competence; Random Selection; Research; Research Design; Review; Risks and Benefits; Selection of Subjects; Statistics; Uncertainty;
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