Informed Consent to Research and Ethnic Minority Patients
Bulletin of Medical Ethics 2005 August-September; (210): 5-6
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Informed Consent in Medical Research: Journals Should Not Publish Research to Which Patients Have Not Given Fully Informed Consent -- With Three Exceptions Doyal, Len (1997-04-12)Is the demand for informed consent absolute? In the first of this pair of articles a professor of medical ethics argues that the principle of informed consent to participate in medical research is fundamental if patients are ...
Recruitment of Minority Ethnic Groups Into Clinical Cancer Research Trials to Assess Adherence to the Principles of the Department of Health Research Governance Framework: National Sources of Data and General Issues Arising From a Study in One Hospital Trust in England Godden, Sylvia; Ambler, Gareth; Pollock, Allyson M (2010-06)This article describes the issues encountered when designing a study to evaluate recruitment of minority ethnic groups into clinical cancer research in order to monitor adherence to the principles for good practice set out ...