Communication and Informed Consent in Phase 1 Trials: A Review of the Literature
Supportive Care in Cancer 2006 April; 14(4): 303-309
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Communication and Informed Consent in Phase 1 Trials: A Review of the Literature From January 2005 to July 2009 Jenkins, Valerie A; Anderson, John L; Fallowfield, Lesley J (2010-09)A review conducted in 2005 identified many of the communication difficulties experienced by patients and doctors when discussing phase 1 (P1) oncology trials. The current paper is an update of the area and focuses on studies ...
Catt, S; Langridge, C; Fallowfield, L; Talbot, D C; Jenkins, V (2011-07)Communication with patients contemplating Phase 1 cancer trial participation can be challenging. Controversy exists as to whether they are provided with sufficient information to give genuinely informed consent. We present ...
Seeking Informed Consent to Phase I Cancer Clinical Trials: Identifying Oncologists' Communication Strategies Brown, Richard; Bylund, Carma L; Siminoff, Laura A; Slovin, Susan F (2011-04)Phase I clinical trials are the gateway to effective new cancer treatments. Many physicians have difficulty when discussing Phase I clinical trials. Research demonstrates evidence of suboptimal communication. Little is ...