Changing Constructions of Informed Consent: Qualitative Research and Complex Social Worlds
Social Science and Medicine 2007 December; 65(11): 2199-2211
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Routine Antenatal HIV Testing: The Responses and Perceptions of Pregnant Women and the Viability of Informed Consent. a Qualitative Study de Zulueta, Paquita; Boulton, Mary (2007-06)This qualitative cross-sectional survey, undertaken in the antenatal booking clinics of a hospital in central London, explores pregnant women's responses to routine HIV testing, examines their reasons for declining or ...