Women's Views About a Paternal Consent Requirement for Biomedical Research in Pregnancy.

@article{Sullivan2018WomensVA,
  title={Women's Views About a Paternal Consent Requirement for Biomedical Research in Pregnancy.},
  author={Kristen A. Sullivan and Maggie Little and Nora E Rosenberg and Tiwonge K Mtande and Chifundo Zimba and Elana Jaffe and Jean Anderson and Jenell Sheree Coleman and Sappho Z Gilbert and Marielle S Gross Wolf and Irving F. Hoffman and Lisa Rahangdale and Ruth R. Faden and Anne Drapkin Lyerly},
  journal={Journal of empirical research on human research ethics : JERHRE},
  year={2018},
  pages={
          1556264618783834
        }
}
Clinical research to inform the evidence base to guide nonobstetrical care during pregnancy is critically important for the well-being of women and their future offspring. Conversations about regulations for such research, including whether paternal consent should ever be required, should be informed by the perspectives of those most affected, namely… CONTINUE READING