Informed consent for research participation in frail older persons.

Abstract

Informed consent has been the most scrutinized and controversial aspect of clinical research ethics. Institutional review boards (IRBs), government regulatory agencies, and the threat of litigation have all contributed to increasingly detailed consent documents that hope to ensure that subjects are not misled or coerced. Unfortunately, the growing… (More)

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@article{Barron2004InformedCF, title={Informed consent for research participation in frail older persons.}, author={Jeremy Barron and Patricia L. Duffey and Linda Jo Byrd and Robin N. Campbell and Luigi Ferrucci}, journal={Aging clinical and experimental research}, year={2004}, volume={16 1}, pages={79-85} }