A Retrospective Analysis of Institutional Review Board and Informed Consent Practices in EMS Research
Kim, David T.
Spivey, William H.
Annals of Emergency Medicine. 1994 Jan; 23(1): 70-74.
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Informed Consent for Research on Stored Blood and Tissue Samples: A Survey of Institutional Review Board Practices White, Mary Terrell; Gamm, Jennifer (2002-01)Numerous position papers have outlined informed consent recommendations for the collection, storage, and future use of biological samples; however, there currently is no consensus regarding what kinds of information should ...