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Clinical trials: The viewpoint of children
  1. Janine Cherrill (janine.cherrill{at}nottingham.ac.uk)
  1. Univ of Nottingham, United Kingdom
    1. Heather Hudson (hethhudson{at}aol.com)
    1. Univ of Nottingham, United Kingdom
      1. Caroline Cocking (caroline.cocking{at}derbyhospitals.nhs.uk)
      1. Univ of Nottingham, United Kingdom
        1. Vanessa Unsworth (vanessapeden{at}hotmail.com)
        1. Univ of Nottingham, United Kingdom
          1. Linda Franck (l.franck{at}ich.ucl.ac.uk)
          1. Institute of Child Health, Great Ormond Street, United Kingdom
            1. John McIntyre (john.mcintyre{at}derbyhospitals.nhs.uk)
            1. Univ of Nottingham, United Kingdom
              1. Imti Choonara (imti.choonara{at}nottingham.ac.uk)
              1. Univ of Nottingham, United Kingdom

                Abstract

                The views of 30 children (8-16 years) attending paediatric medical clinics on paediatric clinical trials, were determined by semi-structured interviews. 19 children recognised that there were risks involved with taking part in clinical trials. Risks concerned with being paid were recognised by all children.

                • children
                • clinical trials
                • ethics

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