Developing Ethical Strategies to Assist Oncologists in Seeking Informed Consent to Cancer Clinical Trials
Social Science and Medicine 2004 January; 58(2): 379-390
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Brown, R.F.; Butow, P.N.; Ellis, P.; Boyle, F.; Tattersall, M.H.N. (2004-06)
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 ...
Enhancing Decision Making About Participation in Cancer Clinical Trials: Development of a Question Prompt List Brown, Richard F; Shuk, Elyse; Leighl, Natasha; Butow, Phyllis; Ostroff, Jamie; Edgerson, Shawna; Tattersall, Martin (2011-08)Slow accrual to cancer clinical trials impedes the progress of effective new cancer treatments. Poor physician-patient communication has been identified as a key contributor to low trial accrual. Question prompt lists ...