Clinicans' views and experiences of two alternative consent pathways for participation in a preterm intrapartum trial: a qualitative study

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Chhoa, Celine Y.; Sawyer, Alexandra; Ayers, Susan; Pushpa-Rajah, Angela; Duley, Lelia;
  • Publisher: BioMed Central
  • Journal: Trials,volume 18 (issn: 1745-6215, eissn: 1745-6215)
  • Related identifiers: pmc: PMC5406899, doi: 10.1186/s13063-017-1940-5
  • Subject: Preterm birth | BF | RG | R5-920 | Medicine (General) | Clinical trials | Ethics | Consent | Research | Oral assent | Clinical trials, ethics, consent, oral assent, preterm birth
    mesheuropmc: humanities

Background The Cord Pilot Trial compared alternative policies for timing of cord clamping at very preterm birth at eight UK hospitals. Preterm birth can be rapid and unexpected, allowing little time for the usual consent process. Therefore, in addition to the usual proc... View more
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