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How to Make Consent Informed: Possible Lessons from Tibet
IRB: Ethics & Human Research
Format: Journal Article
Publication Year: 2007
Pages: 7 - 14
Source ID: shanti-sources-97421
Abstract: The article focuses on the study which aims to develop an informed consent process of Tibetan traditional medicine through a randomized placebo-controlled trial in Lhasa, China. The study reveals a process that enables the U.S. and Tibetan research team in meeting their ethical and logistical challenges, and examines the differences between the outcomes. Moreover, a step-by-step process on how participants would react to the research and informed consent process were presented.