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CER Research Draws Scrutiny on Consent

CER Research Draws Scrutiny on Consent

Two articles were published in the New England Journal of Medicine on the merits of informed consent for comparative effectiveness research (CER).  The two articles are important to risk management and principal investigators involved in what some describe as “practical trials” as compared to traditional human research.  “Informed Consent, Comparative Effectiveness, and Learning Health Care,” and “Informed Consent for Pragmatic Trials-The Integrated Consent Model” can be found in the February 20, 2014 edition of NEJM.

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