Get the word out to your employees. Findings suggest that volunteers may be giving their consent to participate in a trial without really understanding what they are getting into. Seventy percent didn't know what to ask at the outset of a trial, and 30 percent didn't understand that the study could carry additional risks, according to survey results reported by CenterWatch, a Boston-based publisher of clinical trials information.
Health trials: Employees should know what they're in for
June 7, 2002
Most people who enter clinical trials don't know what questions to ask, and many don't understand the risks of study participation, according to a recent survey.