Should Veterans With a Diagnosis of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder Be Considered a Vulnerable Population for the Purpose of Applying Guidelines for the Protection of Human Subjects in Research? Report of a Work Group Convened by The National Center for Ethics in Health Care of the Veterans Health Administration on Behalf of the Secretary of Veterans Affairs
Washington, DC: National Center for Ethics in Health Care 2008 October: 47 p. [Online]. Accessed: http://www.ethics.va.gov/docs/net/PTSD_Work_Group-Vulnerable_Populations-Research_20081001.pdf [2009 May 1]
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