Primary Care Research Ethics
British Journal of General Practice. 1995 Nov; 45(400): 623-626.
Research activity in primary care is increasing rapidly, and raises a range of specific ethical issues. Many of these relate to the involvement of individuals in the community who are not seeking medical care and to the impact of research participation on relationships between general practitioners and their patients. The ethical issues pertinent to a range of quantitative and qualitative research methodologies in primary care are identified and considered.
Biomedical Research; Confidentiality; Consent; Data Banks; Epidemiology; Ethics; Family Practice; Health; Health Care; Health Services; Health Services Research; Information Dissemination; Informed Consent; Investigator Subject Relationship; Patients; Physician Patient Relationship; Primary Health Care; Qualitative Research; Questionnaires; Research; Research Design; Research Ethics; Selection of Subjects;
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Symvoulakis, Emmanouil K.; Komninos, Ioannis D.; Antonakis, Nikos; Morgan, Myfanwy; Alegakis, Athanasios; Tsafantakis, Emmanouil; Chatziarsenis, Marios; Philalithis, Anastas; Jones, Roger (2009)