سال انتشار: ۱۳۸۴
محل انتشار: کنگره بین المللی اخلاق زیستی
تعداد صفحات: ۵
Hamid Baradaran – Associate Professor, Iranian Health Research Insitute, university of Medical Sciences
Ali Montazeri – Associate Professor, Iranian Health Research Insitute, university of Medical Sciences
Ali Shahidzadeh – Assistant Professor, Iranian Health Research Insitute, , university of Medical Sciences
Methods: the authors reviewed all publications reporting research human subjects in a leading Iranian public health journal (payesh – Health Monitoe) over a period of three years (2001-2004) . Rates of reportinginformedconsent were examined.
Results: In eighty – two papers (n=82) were reviewed.Of three , 31 atricles were identified for inclusion in the study. There were 18 cross – sectional surveys, 8 case – control studies, and 3 clinical trials. Two papers on screening programs were also examined.The authors found that the obtaining informed consent was documented in 26% of these publications.
Conclusions: the results indicate that the rate of reporting informed consentis low in this journal and perhaps it is the same in other similar major medical journals. This suggests thatthere is need for clearer guidelines and a better compliance by researchers for all typesof publications both to protect participant’s interests and to maintain public trust in the research process.