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  • 1.   Guidelines for informed consent in biomedical research involving paediatric populations as research participants

    The article discusses the paediatricians role in ensuring that participating minors and their parents/legal representatives have understood and assented/consented to the research

    Eur J Pediatr, Vol: 162 Page: 455-8 July 2003
    D. Gill; F. P. Crawley; M. LoGiudice; S. Grosek; R. Kurz; M. de Lourdes-Levy; S. Mjones; D. Nicolopoulos; A. Rubino; P. J. Sauer; M. Siimes; M. Weindig; M. Zach; T. L. Chambers

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  • 2.   Why we need ethics committees

    This article discusses the necessity of Ethics committees to control research

    Paediatr Nurs, Vol: 15 Page: 19 December 2003
    L. Shields; A. Iwycross

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