Informed Consent May Increase Non-Attendance Rate
BRITISH MEDICAL JOURNAL 1995 April 15; 310(6985): 1003
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Baum, Michael (1986-10-18)A British surgeon contends that the requirement of informed consent for randomized, controlled clinical trials of alternative therapies would result in a double standard, because physicians are free to conduct informal, unreliable ...
Bratt, David E.; Soutter, Pat; Bland, Martin; Little, Paul; Williamson, Ian; Chanter, Dennis O.; Stewart-Brown, Sarah; Thornton, Hazel; Holmes, Wendy; Ana, Joseph N.E.; Morley, Colin; Paul, Moli; Hassiotis, A.; Hulbert, Mark F.G.; Counsell, Carl E.; Sandercock, Peter A.G.; Wilmshurst, Peter; Baum, Michael; Montgomery, Charles; Lydon, Anna; Lloyd, Anna; Lloyd, Keith; Wiltshire, Chirstopher; Frosh, A.C.; Hanif, J. (1997-05-17)