Patients Are Unwilling to Enter Clinical Trials
BRITISH MEDICAL JOURNAL 1994 August 20-27; 309(6953): 539- 540
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Wager, Elizabeth; Tooley, Peter J.H.; Emanuel, Michael B.; Wood, Stuart F. (1995-09-16)Gaining patients' consent to enter clinical trials is essential, but not easy. Giving careful thought to the design of the study itself, information which patients receive, and the use of a signed consent form may all help. ...
Langley, G. Ross; Sutherland, Heather J.; Wong, Samuel; Minkin, Salomon; Llewellyn-Thomas, Hilary A.; Till, James E. (1987-03)
Patients' Willingness to Enter Clinical Trials: Measuring the Association With Perceived Benefits and Preference for Decision Participation Llewellyn-Thomas, H.A.; McGreal, M.J.; Thiel, E.C.; Fine, S.; Erlichman, C. (1991)Patients who agree and those who refuse clinical trial entry may differ in attitudes towards decision control and the benefits associated with the trial arms. These differences, if they exist, have implications for ...