Are Patient Consent Forms for Research Protocols Easy to Read?
Priestley, Kim A.
Valentine, Christopher B.
Denison, David M.
BRITISH MEDICAL JOURNAL 1992 November 21; 305(6864): 1263- 1264
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Priestly, Kim A.; Campbell, Claire; Valentine, Christopher B.; Denison, David M.; Buller, Nigel P. (1992-11-21)Good clinical practice requires that a patient's informed consent is obtained before that person is entered into a clinical trial. This demands clear oral and written communication between the doctor and patient. Consent forms ...
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