How Well Protected Are Canadian Research Participants: Who Knows?
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In Whose Interest? Current Issues in Communicating Personal Health Information: A Canadian Perspective Weitz, Mark; Drummond, Neil; Pringle, Dorothy; Ferris, Lorraine E.; Globerman, Judith; Hebert, Philip; Tracy, C. Shawn; Cohen, Carole (2003-06)
How Are the Interests of Incapacitated Research Participants Protected Through Legislation? An Italian Study on Legal Agency for Dementia Patients Gainotti, Sabina; Fusari Imperatori, Susanna; Spila-Alegiani, Stefania; Maggiore, Laura; Galeotti, Francesca; Vanacore, Nicola; Petrini, Carlo; Raschetti, Roberto; Mariani, Claudio; Clerici, Francesca (2010-06-16)Patients with dementia may have limited capacity to give informed consent to participate in clinical research. One possible way to safeguard the patients' interests in research is the involvement of a proxy in the recruitment ...
Participants in Research -- Routine Extrapolation of Randomised Controlled Trials Is Absurd; Patients in Clinical Trials Are Protected by Consumer Regulation; Contract to Run a Trial Should Include Patient-Researchers in Steering Groups Charlton, Bruce G.; Laurence, Desmond R.; Thornton, Hazel (2005-07-09)