Presumed Consent in Emergency Neonatal Research
Manning, D. J.
Journal of Medical Ethics 2000 August; 26(4): 249-253
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Manning, D.J. (2000-08)Current methods of obtaining consent for emergency neonatal research are flawed. They risk aggravating the distress of parents of preterm and other sick neonates. This distress, and the inevitable time constraints, ...
Manning, Donal (2005-03)The prescription of practice guidelines for consent in neonatal care that are appropriate for all interventions faces substantial problems. Current practice varies widely. Consent in neonatal care is compromised by postnatal ...
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