volume 2, issue 1, P29-32 2006
DOI: 10.1177/174701610600200108
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Abstract: Reading a number of the papers that have appeared in Research Ethics Review one might be led to conclude that it is the fear of compensation claims, if things were to go wrong, that drives those who wish to undertake research into endorsing the necessity of having to gain consent.As all research seeks to look into the unknown it is not possible to quantify risk with absolute certainty as we attempt to do at present. It is for this reason that the subject information sheet and consent form should clearly state …

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