Using the TDR global competency framework for clinical research: a set of tools to help develop clinical researchers.
UNICEF/UNDP/World Bank/WHO Special Programme for Research and Training in Tropical Diseases. (2016). Using the TDR global competency framework for clinical research: a set of tools to help develop clinical researchers.. World Health Organization. http://www.who.int/iris/handle/10665/250673
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Factors influencing parental consent for participation in clinical research involving their children in Egypt Nasef, N.; Shabaan, A.; Mohammed, S.; Kandel, S.; Settin, A.; Zedan, M.; Fouda, A. (2014)Factors affecting parents' decision to involve their children in clinical research have not been studied in all cultural backgrounds.We aimed to explore the attitudes and beliefs influencing parents' decision to involve their children in clinical research in Mansoura, Egypt.Of 523 families approached, 357 filled the questionnaire.Only 98 [27.5%]parents consented to involve their child in clinical research.The children of consenters were significantly older than refusers:8.6 [SD 7.2]versus 2.6 [SD 1.2]years.Factors favouring consent were:research ...
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