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  1. Enhancing the Ethical Conduct of a Longitudinal Cluster-Randomized Trial of Psychosocial Stimulation Intervention for Children with Complicated Severe Acute Malnutrition Through Rapid Ethical Assessment: A Qualitative Study.Tesfalem T. Tessema, Andamlak G. Alamdo, Eyoel B. Mekonnen, Fanna A. Debele, Juhar A. Bamud, Teklu G. Abessa & Tefera Belachew Lema - 2021 - BMC Medical Ethics 22 (1):1-13.
    Background Informed consent is a universally accepted precondition for scientific researches involving human participants. However, various factors influence the process of obtaining authentic informed consent, and researchers particularly working in resource-poor countries often face considerable difficulties in implementing the universally recommended procedures for obtaining informed consent. We have conducted this Rapid Ethical Assessment to accommodate the local cultural norms and to understand the relevant ethical issues in the Silti community before the conduct of a cluster-randomized controlled trial. Methods This REA (...)
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