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ID 19552
  Title Process development for ethical recruitment of patients into simultaneous clinical studies in a chiropractic research clinic
Journal J Manipulative Physiol Ther. 2007 May;30(4):295-300
Peer Review Yes
Publication Type Article
Abstract/Notes OBJECTIVE: To develop a process at one institution that creates an ethical means to bring other research projects to the attention of an individual who was excluded from the project for which they originally expressed interest, and to discuss the ethical issues surrounding patient recruitment and enrollment.

METHOD: General consensus process via meetings of investigators involved in the ongoing trials at one institution.

RESULTS: A process and flow sheet for offering new study information to individuals who did not meet the criteria for participation was developed. Once rejected, an individual can be asked if they wish to learn about other studies, are sent home with information, and are instructed to call back if they wish to volunteer. Consent can be used to take baseline information from the first study and apply it to the second.

CONCLUSION: This process was developed and implemented for use in this research center.

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