a consumer's advisory group to increase accrual into trials"
Project aims and objectives
Clinical choices offered to breast cancer patients depend on reliable
data from randomised controlled trials. Patient participation in clinical
trials will not improve if research questions and incumbent procedures are
perceived by patients to be irrelevant to their needs.
Bradburn J et al (1996) Involving breast cancer patients in the design of a multi-centre clinical trial of HRT use (abstract). British Journal of Cancer 74 (Suppl), 12.
Thornton H (1996) The patient's involvement and informed consent (abstract). British Journal of Cancer 74 (Suppl), 4.
Thornton H. Information and Involvement. Health Expectations (2001) 4, 71-74.
Marsden J and Bradburn J. Patient and clinician collaboration in the design of a national randomized breast cancer trial. Health Expectations (2004) 7, 6-17.
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