Patient advocacy and patient centredness in participant recruitment to randomized-controlled trials: implications for informed consent.

@article{Tomlin2014PatientAA,
  title={Patient advocacy and patient centredness in participant recruitment to randomized-controlled trials: implications for informed consent.},
  author={Zelda Tomlin and Isabel Desalis and Merran Toerien and Jenny L Donovan},
  journal={Health expectations : an international journal of public participation in health care and health policy},
  year={2014},
  volume={17 5},
  pages={
          670-82
        }
}
CONTEXT With the routinization of evidence-based medicine and of the randomized-controlled trial (RCT), more patients are becoming 'sites of evidence production' yet, little is known about how they are recruited as participants; there is some evidence that 'substantively valid consent' is difficult to achieve. OBJECTIVE To explore the views and experiences of nurses recruiting patients to randomized-controlled trials and to examine the extent to which their recruitment practices were patient… CONTINUE READING
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