Informed Consent in European Multicentre Randomised Clinical Trials -- Are Patients Really Informed?
EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF CANCER 1994; 30A(7): 907-910
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Informed Consent in European Multicentre Randomised Clinical Trials--Are Patients Really Informed? Williams, C.J.; Zwitter, M. (1994)
What Do Our Patients Understand About Their Trial Participation? Assessing Patients' Understanding of Their Informed Consent Consultation About Randomised Clinical Trials Behrendt, C; Gölz, T; Roesler, C; Bertz, H; Wünsch, A (2011-02)Ethically, informed consent regarding randomised controlled trials (RCTs) should be understandable to patients. The patients can then give free consent or decline to participate in a RCT. Little is known about what patients ...
Informed Consent: Ethical, Legal, and Medical Implications for Doctors and Patients Who Participate in Randomised Clinical Trials Peckham, M.J. (Cancer Research Campaign. Working Party in Breast Conservation, 1983-04-02)The dilemma of whether or not to seek informed consent from patients in randomized clinical trials is explored. Despite the difficulties of explaining randomization to potential subjects and the danger that physicians and ...