What information and the extent of information research participants need in informed consent forms: a multi-country survey

@inproceedings{Karbwang2018WhatIA,
  title={What information and the extent of information research participants need in informed consent forms: a multi-country survey},
  author={Juntra Karbwang and Nut Koonrungsesomboon and Cristina E Torres and Edlyn B Jimenez and Gurpreet Kaur and Roli Mathur and Eti Nurwening Sholikhah and C A Wanigatunge and Chih-Shung Wong and Kwanchanok Yimtae and Murnilina Abdul Malek and Liyana Ahamad Fouzi and Aisyah binti Ali and Beng Z Chan and Madawa Chandratilake and Shoen C Chiew and Melvyn Y C Chin and Manori Gamage and Irene Gitek and Mohammad H. Hakimi and Narwani Hussin and Mohd Faisal Jamil and Pavithra Janarsan and Madarina Julia and Suman Kanungo and P Karunanayake and Sattian Kollanthavelu and Kian K Kong and Bing-Ling Kueh and Ragini Kulkarni and P. Kumaran P. Kumaran and Ranjith P.V. Kumarasiri and Wei Han Lim and Xin Jean Lim and Fatihah Mahmud and Jacinto Blas V. Mantaring and Siti Maisarah Md Ali and Nurain Mohd Noor and Kopalasuntharam Muhunthan and Elanngovan Nagandran and Maisarah Noor and Kim H Ooi and J A Pradeepan and Ahmad Hamim Sadewa and Nilakshi Samaranayake and Shalini Sri Ranganathan and Wasanthi Subasingha and Sivasangari Subramaniam and Nadirah Sulaiman and J. F. Tay and Leh H Teng and Mei Mei Tew and Thipaporn Tharavanij and Peter S K Tok and Jayanie B. Weeratna and Tri Wibawa and Renu Wickremasinghe and Phanthipha Wongwai and Subhash Yadav},
  booktitle={BMC medical ethics},
  year={2018}
}
BackgroundThe use of lengthy, detailed, and complex informed consent forms (ICFs) is of paramount concern in biomedical research as it may not truly promote the rights and interests of research participants. The extent of information in ICFs has been the subject of debates for decades; however, no clear guidance is given. Thus, the objective of this study was to determine the perspectives of research participants about the type and extent of information they need when they are invited to… CONTINUE READING

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