Acknowledgment of the informed consent concept by human subjects actively involved in clinical research trials

Oana Cristina Stîngă, Ioana Maria Antonesi, Anca Iuliana Toma

Abstract


Studies without therapeutic benefits are also subject to legal provisions. The start of such studies requires to the observance of certain rigorous steps in the evaluation of potential subjects. The aim of this paper is to assess how efficient is the informed consent process in such trials as well as the subjects’ perception of the entire information process.

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