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					Department of Health. Reference Guide to consent for examination or
treatment2009 2nd Ed

http://www.dh.gov.uk/prod_consum_dh/groups/dh_digitalassets/documents/
digitalasset/dh_103653.pdf

Medical Research Council Good Research Practice (2000)

http://www.mrc.ac.uk/Utilities/Documentrecord/index.htm?d=MRC002415


Research Councils UK.RCUK Policy and Code of Conduct on the
Governance of Good Research Conduct. Integrity, Clarity and Good
Management 2009

http://www.rcuk.ac.uk/review/grc/default.htm

General Medical Council. Consent: patients and doctors making decisions
together (2008)

http://www.gmc-
uk.org/guidance/ethical_guidance/consent_guidance_index.asp

The GMC has also updated its research guidance to come into effect May
2010

http://www.gmc-
uk.org/static/documents/content/Research_guidance_FINAL.pdf


UK Data Archive has a good series of information on ethical issues related
to data storage and usage

http://www.data-archive.ac.uk/sharing/confidfaq.asp


I also used some literature to answer the dilemma posed by a reviewer and
they are given below


Aveyard H ( 2002) Implied consent prior to nursing care procedures. Journal
of Advanced Nursing, 39(2), 201-207
Mc Hale JV(2006) ‘Ap0propriate consent’ and the use of human material for
research purposes: the competent adult. Clinical Ethics 1.195-199
Lesser H (1989) Obligation and consent. Journal of Medical Ethics 15,195-6
Epstein M (2006) Why effective consent presupposes autonomous
authorisation: a counter orthodox argument. Journal of Medical Ethics. 32:
342-345
O’NeillO (2003) Some limits of informed consent. Journal of Medical Ethics.
29.4-7
Elwyn G (2008) Patient Consent - decision or assumption? British Medical
Journal. 336: 1259-1260
Wheeler R (2010) Presumed or implied: it’s not consent. Clinical Risk.16:1-2

				
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