Earning respect, trust in international settings

December 2010
Clinical Trials Administrator;Dec2010, Vol. 8 Issue 12, p135
The article suggests strategies on the engagement of communities for human subjects in research in relation to the restoration of trust which was weakened by previous unethical practices. Principal investigators (PIs) are advised to first know the people who could be affected by the study before the project begins, and to seek out and include people with disagreeing opinions in the advisory board. It notes that folks should be allowed to express their views prior to the trial and their reaction to controversial or risky procedures should be respected.


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