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Protecting Research Participants: How Can We Reduce “Therapeutic Misconception" in Clinical Research Trials? [English and Spanish versions]
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  • Charles W. Lidz, University of Massachusetts Medical School
  • Debbie Truong, University of Massachusetts Medical School
  • Karen Albert, University of Massachusetts Medical School
  • Shums Alikhan, University of Massachusetts Medical School
Publication Date
3-2017
Document Type
Research in the Works
Abstract
A Spanish translation of this publication is available to download under "Additional Files" below. Therapeutic Misconception and Scientific Reframing is a National Institute of Mental Health funded study led by Charles Lidz, Ph.D. The study’s goals are to: (1) Develop an innovative procedure that educates participants about clinical research trials to reduce Therapeutic Misconception (TM); and (2) Test this innovative procedure in a hypothetical clinical research trial to reduce TM without reducing study enrollment rates.
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Keywords
  • Therapeutic Misconception,
  • Clinical Trials Ethics,
  • Scientific Reframing,
  • Spanish
Citation Information
Charles W. Lidz, Debbie Truong, Karen Albert and Shums Alikhan. "Protecting Research Participants: How Can We Reduce “Therapeutic Misconception" in Clinical Research Trials? [English and Spanish versions]" (2017)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/charles_lidz/118/