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J N Y State Nurses Assoc. 2010 Spring-Summer;41(1):11-3; quiz 22.

Honorarium or coercion: use of incentives for participants in clinical research.

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  • University of Rochester School of Nursing, Rochester, NY, USA.

Abstract

Nurses are frequently involved in the recruitment of subjects for clinical research studies when their patients are potential study participants. As professionals, it is nurses' responsibility to make sure that patients are treated with beneficence when they are included in clinical research. Financial incentives are frequently used to encourage participation, and the concern has been raised that this practice could be coercive, especially for people who have limited financial resources.

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20882821
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PMC3646546
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