Examining the Provisions for Research Without Consent in the Emergency Setting
Hastings Center Report 2007 January-February; 37(1): 12-13
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Getting the Ethics Right Regarding Research in the Emergency Setting: Lessons From the PolyHeme Study Dickert, Neal W.; Sugarman, Jeremy (2007-06)Research in emergency settings (RES) has become a major public issue with urgent policy implications. Significant attention has focused recently on RES in response to the trial of PolyHeme, a synthetic blood substitute, ...
Clinical Research Without Consent in Adults in the Emergency Setting: Review of Patient and Public Views Lecouturier, Jan; Rodgers, Helen; Ford, Gary A.; Rapley, Tim; Stobbart, Lynne; Louw, Stephen J.; Murtagh, Madeleine J. (2008-04-29)Background: In emergency research, obtaining informed consent can be problematic. Research to develop and improve treatments for patients admitted to hospital with life-threatening and debilitating conditions is much needed ...