Payments to Healthy Volunteers: Ethical Problems
British Journal of Clinical Pharmacology. 1991 Aug; 32(2): 141-142.
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Payments to Normal Healthy Volunteers in Phase 1 Trials: Avoiding Undue Influence While Distributing Fairly the Burdens of Research Participation Iltis, Ana S. (2009-02)Clinical investigators must engage in just subject recruitment and selection and avoid unduly influencing research participation. There may be tension between the practice of keeping payments to participants low to avoid ...
Incidental Findings Found in "Healthy" Volunteers During Imaging Performed for Research: Current Legal and Ethical Implications Booth, T C; Jackson, A; Wardlaw, J M; Taylor, S A; Waldman, A D (2010-06)Incidental findings found in "healthy" volunteers during research imaging are common and have important implications for study design and performance, particularly in the areas of informed consent, subjects' rights, clinical ...