Saturday, June 19, 2010
I'm studying for an ethical research training. I have to pass all of the quizzes before class begins on Monday. Here is an example of a review, pre-quiz question. After sifting through all of the legal jargon in the explanation of the case study, I click on the answer. "Yes, the investigator does need to obtain new informed consent."
There is nothing more dejecting than to hear that you may be correct. May! May be correct?
This class is going to be terrible...