Case studies: Questions & Comments Understanding Consent in Research Involving Children: The Ethical Issues 

TitleCase studies: Questions & Comments Understanding Consent in Research Involving Children: The Ethical Issues 
Publication TypeReport
Year of Publication2009
AuthorsSpriggs, M
Secondary AuthorsGillam, L, Thomson, C, Oakley, J
Corporate AuthorsChildren's Bioethics Center, The Royal Children's Hospital Melbourne,
Pagination17 p.
Publication Languageeng
KeywordsCase , Human , MEDICINE , Vulnerable
AbstractThis resource provides guidance on thinking through ethical issues in research involving children and young people and presents some models for best practice. Some cases will be easy and some will be hard. It is intended that there will be some contrasts. The cases could be used for training Human Research Ethics Committees (HRECs) and in research ethics education for researchers who are going to conduct research with children. Some cases are real, some are based on real life cases and some are fictitious. They are labelled accordingly
URLhttp://www.mcri.edu.au/projects/ConsentInResearch/educational/case-studies.asp
Short TitleCase studies: Questions & Comments Understanding Consent in Research Involving Children: The Ethical Issues 

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