Clark, G; Lipworth, W; Bokey, L; Little, M; Kerridge, I
Collections of tumour samples can be an invaluable resource for medical research. There are, however, numerous ethical and legal challenges associated with tumour banking. While there has been extensive discussion of these ...
In this article, the authors clarify a framework for qualitative research, in particular for evaluating its quality, founded on epistemology, methodology, and method. They define these elements and discuss their respective ...
I have been asked to speak broadly about the ethics of healthcare, as a background to a discourse of healthcare reform. There seem to be good grounds to pursue reform; and yet there’s been so much that is good that has ...
In this article, we examine participants’ talk about qualitative research. We provide empirical support for post structural theorizations of the interview and propose three distinct but related dimensions of qualitative ...
Little, M; Jordens, C; McGrath, C; Montgomery, K; Lipworth, W; Kerridge, I
Background Informed consent is a mainstay of clinical practice, with both moral and legal force. Material disclosure about extreme treatments, however, is unlikely to convey the full impact of the experience of treatment. ...
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