Toward a Duty to Report Clinical Trials Accurately: The Clinical Alert and Beyond
Glass, Kathleen Cranley
Journal of Law, Medicine and Ethics. 1994 Winter; 22(4): 327-338.
...In this paper, I discuss the transfer of clinically relevant information from investigators to practitioners, identify some problems associated with disseminating incomplete information from clinical trials, and look at two possible approaches to these problems. The first approach involves modifying some of the current practices associated with issuing the results of clinical trials. The second looks to law for both deterrence of harmful behavior and redress for patients who may be injured by negligent disclosure of trial results.
Cancer; Clinical Trials; Communication; Computer Communication Networks; Decision Making; Disclosure; Federal Government; Government; Human Experimentation; Injuries; Interdisciplinary Communication; Investigators; Law; Legal Liability; Liability; Negligence; Patient Care; Patients; Physicians; Research; Research Design; Research Institutes; Selection for Treatment; Selection of Subjects; Standards; Therapeutic Research;
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