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An important type of research on informed consent involves empirically testing interventions designed to improve the consent process. Here we report on the experience of eight teams that conducted research involving interventions designed primarily to impact one of three categories: decision-making, knowledge, and the therapeutic misconception.
Agre, P., Campbell, F. A., Goldman, B. D., Kass, N., Boccia, M. L., McCullough, L. B., Merz, J. F., Miller, S. M., Mintz, J., Rapkin, B., Sugarman, J., Sorenson, J., & Wirshing, D. (2003). Improving Informed Consent: The Medium Is Not the Message. Retrieved from https://repository.upenn.edu/bioethics_papers/9
Date Posted: 12 March 2007