Informed consent in health and social care research – RCN guidance for nurses Second edition – 2011

Posted on June 29, 2011. Filed under: Nursing, Research | Tags: |

Informed consent in health and social care research – RCN guidance for nurses Second edition – 2011
 
“Nurses are taking an increasingly active role in research, developing new knowledge and creating a stronger evidence base to inform their practice. This can involve working, leading and collaborating in all stages of the research process.
 
When engaged in research involving human participants, nurses have a responsibility to ensure that the interests of participants, whether patients or healthy volunteers, are protected. This applies to all research – including studies not specifically related to nursing, such as clinical trials of investigational medicinal products (CTIMPs) or other clinical trials.”

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