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Does prognosis and socioeconomic status impact on trust in physicians? Interviews with patients with coronary disease in South Australia
(BMJ Group Publishing, 2012)
Older participants are more likely than their younger counterparts to be unquestioning of medical advice. Higher SES participants are more likely to question medical advice than lower SES participants. Also, unlike primary ...
Barriers and enablers to optimal consumer involvement in research: the perspectives of health and medical researchers in the UK
(Health Issues Centre, 2011)
Numerous reasons exist for involving consumers in research, falling mainly into three categories: moral/ethical, methodological, and political. The moral and ethical reasons for involving consumers in research centre on ...