November 2011
Clinical Trials Administrator;Nov2011, Vol. 9 Issue 11, p131
A continuing nursing education (CNE) quiz concerning various topics pertaining to disaster preparedness in clinical research, proposed changes to the Common Rule on research using biospecimens, and proper signing and dating of informed consent (IC) forms, is presented.


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