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Using Formative Research to Develop a Context-Specific Approach to Informed Consent for Clinical Trials Corneli, Amy L.; Bentley, Margaret E.; Sorenson, James R.; Henderson, Gail E.; van der Horst, Charles; Moses, Agnes; Nkhoma, Jacqueline; Tenthani, Lyson; Ahmed, Yusuf; Heilig, Charles M.; Jamieson, Denise J. (2006-12)PARTICIPANT UNDERSTANDING is of particular concern when obtaining informed consent. Recommendations for improving understanding include disclosing information using culturallyappropriate and innovative approaches. To ...
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