Protecting boundaries of consent in clinical research: implications for improvement.

@article{Bristol2014ProtectingBO,
  title={Protecting boundaries of consent in clinical research: implications for improvement.},
  author={Shirley T Bristol and Rodney W. Hicks},
  journal={Nursing ethics},
  year={2014},
  volume={21 1},
  pages={
          16-27
        }
}
Successful clinical research outcomes are essential for improving patient care. Achieving this goal, however, implies an effective informed consent process for potential research participants. This article traces the development of ethical and legal requirements of informed consent and examines the effectiveness of past and current practice. The authors propose the use of innovative monitoring methodologies to improve outcomes while safeguarding consent relationships and activities. Additional… CONTINUE READING

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