Good practice in research and consent in research – General Medical Council Supplementary Guidance – April 2010

Posted on May 19, 2010. Filed under: Research | Tags: |

Good practice in research and consent in research – General Medical Council Supplementary Guidance – April 2010

“The supplementary guidance Good practice in research and Consent to research set out the good practice principles that doctors are expected to understand and follow if they are involved in research. They provide more detailed guidance on how the principles in Good Medical Practice and in Consent: patients and doctors making decisions together apply in the context of research.

This document brings together all of the GMC’s advice to doctors involved in research. This includes the full text of Good practice in research and Consent to research and extracts from:

Confidentiality on research and other secondary uses of data; and 0-18 years: guidance for all doctors on involving children
or young people in research. You can view an online version of the research guidance documents

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