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Informed Consent - References


Consent for newborn screening: parents' and health-care professionals' experiences of consent in practice., Etchegary H,Nicholls SG,Tessier L,Simmonds C,Potter BK,Brehaut JC,Pullman D,Hayeems R,Zelenietz S,Lamoureux M,Milburn J,Turner L,Chakraborty P,Wilson B,, European journal of human genetics : EJHG, 2016 Jun 15     [PubMed]
Barriers to Change in the Informed Consent Process: A Systematic Literature Review., Hallinan ZP,Forrest A,Uhlenbrauck G,Young S,McKinney R Jr,, IRB, 2016 May-Jun     [PubMed]
Informing Patients About Placebo Effects: Using Evidence, Theory, and Qualitative Methods to Develop a New Website., Greville-Harris M,Bostock J,Din A,Graham CA,Lewith G,Liossi C,O'Riordan T,White P,Yardley L,Bishop FL,, JMIR research protocols, 2016 Jun 10     [PubMed]
Staged-informed Consent in the Cohort Multiple Randomized Controlled Trial Design: Erratum.,, Epidemiology (Cambridge, Mass.), 2016 Jul     [PubMed]
Documentation of decision-making capacity, informed consent, and health care proxies: a study of surrogate consent., Glezer A,Stern TA,Mort EA,Atamian S,Abrams JL,Brendel RW,, Psychosomatics, 2011 Nov-Dec     [PubMed]


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