Sarah J L Edwards
Affiliation: University College London
- Student projects in medicine: a lesson in science and ethicsSarah J L Edwards
University College London, London, England, UK
Account Res 16:285-306. 2009..Pragmatic concerns may finally be allayed by organizing the current system more efficiently at critical times of the university calendar...
- A systematic review of factors affecting children's right to health in cluster randomized trials in KenyaElizabeth Oduwo
University College London, London, United Kingdom
Trials 15:287. 2014..Further research is required to establish if children's right to health in cluster trials is well understood and to explain why some obligations are unmet. ..
- Ethics of clinical science in a public health emergency: drug discovery at the bedsideSarah J L Edwards
University College London, UK
Am J Bioeth 13:3-14. 2013..However, there are important questions of fairness to resolve before any such research can proceed. ..
- Hard paternalism, fairness and clinical research: why not?Sarah J L Edwards
Bioethics 26:68-75. 2012..Fourth, banning certain types of research, which seem on the face of it to offer an unfavourable risk-benefit ratio, would have unwelcome consequences for all clinical research, which Jansen and Wall do not recognize...
- Assessing the remedy: the case for contracts in clinical trialsSarah J L Edwards
Centre for Philosophy, Justice and Health, University College London, London W1W7EJ, United Kingdom
Am J Bioeth 11:3-12. 2011..Giving researchers recourse to legal remedy may now be necessary to protect the science, as existing methods used to increase retention are inadequate for one reason or another...
- A qualitative investigation of selecting surrogate decision-makersSarah J L Edwards
Research Ethics and Governance, Centre for Philosophy, Justice and Health, University College London, London, Colchester, UK
J Med Ethics 37:601-5. 2011..Empirical studies of surrogate decision-making tend to assume that surrogates should make only a 'substituted judgement'--that is, judge what the patient would want if they were mentally competent...