Sammons, HM and Atkinson, M and Choonara, I and Stephenson, T (2007) What motivates British parents to consent for research? A questionnaire study. BMC Pediatr , 7 12 - ?. 10.1186/1471-2431-7-12.
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Informed consent is the backbone of a clinical trial. In children this is given by their parents. There have been many studies in the neonatal population but little is known about the views of the parents of infants and young children from within the United Kingdom. The objectives of this study were to assess what motivates parents to consent to a randomised clinical trial (RCT), their feelings on consent and participation and the factors that would influence their decision to take part in a future study.
|Title:||What motivates British parents to consent for research? A questionnaire study.|
|Additional information:||PMCID: PMC1828728|
|Keywords:||Adolescent, Adult, Biomedical Research, Child, Child, Preschool, Decision Making, Female, Great Britain, Humans, Infant, Informed Consent, Male, Motivation, Multicenter Studies as Topic, Parent-Child Relations, Patient Participation, Pneumonia, Randomized Controlled Trials as Topic, Third-Party Consent|
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