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  • Consent for babies born following surrogate pregnancies. [Journal Article]
    Arch Dis Child 2020Hodgson HS, Nye A, Finlay F
  • Surrogate pregnancies are becoming more common, but the law governing who can give consent following surrogate births is complex. Parental responsibility (PR) may be held by a variety of individuals, depending on the specific circumstances.We conducted a survey of paediatric medical staff within Health Education South West to establish knowledge regarding consent for a baby before a parental or a…
  • Assent and consent in adolescent research: teachers' perspectives from a developing country. [Journal Article]
    Heliyon 2020; 6(1):e03116Alomari MA, Al-Sheyab NA, … Alzoubi KH
  • Teachers play a vital role in facilitating research in schools. However, teachers' views of informed consent/assent for children participation in research in the Middle East have not been investigated. In this study, focus group interviews were conducted to understand high-school teachers' perspectives toward adolescent assents and consents. The teachers indicated that parent consent is important…
  • Parental preferences in treatment of acute uncomplicated appendicitis comparing surgery to conservative management with antibiotics and their views on research participation. [Journal Article]
    Eur J Pediatr 2020Kyaw L, Pereira NK, … Nah SA
  • CONCLUSIONS: More parents appear to prefer conservative treatment for acute uncomplicated appendicitis. Researchers must consider parental concerns regarding randomisation and blinding.What is Known:• Conservative management of acute uncomplicated appendicitis in paediatric patients is safe and effective, sparing the child the need for an operation; however, neither conservative nor surgical management is proven to be superior.• Randomised controlled trials provide the highest level of evidence, but it is challenging to recruit paediatric patients as participants in such clinical trials.What is New:• More parents prefer conservative management of uncomplicated appendicitis over surgical management for their children due to fear of surgical risks and complications• Randomisation in trial design is significantly associated with a parent's decision to reject their child's participation in a clinical trial.
  • Medically assisted gender affirmation: when children and parents disagree. [Journal Article]
    J Med Ethics 2019Dubin S, Lane M, … Inwards-Breland D
  • Institutional guidelines for transgender children and adolescent minors fail to adequately address a critical juncture of care of this population: how to proceed if a minor and their parents have disagreements concerning their gender-affirming medical care. Through arguments based on ethical, paediatric, adolescent and transgender health research, we illustrate ethical dilemmas that may arise in …
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