Informed Consent Procedures: Responsibilities of Researchers in Developing Countries
Bioethics 2001 October; 15(5-6): 398-412
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Newton, Sam K.; Appiah-Poku, John (2007-04)Background: The doctrine of informed consent (IC) exists to protect individuals from exploitation or harm. This study into IC was carried out to investigate how different researchers perceived the process whereby researchers ...