Informed Consent Documents Used in Critical Care Trials Often Do Not Implement Recommendations.

@article{Atwere2017InformedCD,
  title={Informed Consent Documents Used in Critical Care Trials Often Do Not Implement Recommendations.},
  author={Pearl Atwere and Lauralyn McIntyre and Kelly Carroll and Tavis P. Hayes and Jamie C. Brehaut},
  journal={Critical care medicine},
  year={2017},
  volume={46 2},
  pages={
          e111-e117
        }
}
OBJECTIVE Informed consent documents are often poorly understood by research participants. In critical care, issues such as time pressure, patient capacity, and surrogate decision making complicate the consent process further. Recommendations exist for addressing critical care-specific consent issues; we examined how well existing practice implements these recommendations. DESIGN We conducted a systematic search of the literature for recommendations specific to critical care informed consent… CONTINUE READING
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