This study aimed to explore the opinions of physicians, nurses, legal professionals, and religious personnel towards clinical trails in human. A survey was conducted using the clinical trail questionnaire. Among 1282 mailed questionnaires, 545 effective questionnaires were returned (206 physicians and nurses, 152 legal professionals, and 187 religious personnel), with the results being displayed as follows. Physicians and nurses reported the highest agreement on human clinical trails (M=4.41), while legal professionals reported the lowest mean score (M=4.21), with the score range running from strongly agreement to agreement. Significant statistical differences existed among physicians, nurses, legal professionals and religious personnel regarding their opinions towards clinical trials in humans.
|Translated title of the contribution||Ethical Issues Involved in Clinical Trails - A Comparative Study of the Perspectives of Physicians, Nurses, Legal Professionals and Religious Personnel|
|Original language||Chinese (Traditional)|
|Number of pages||15|
|Publication status||Published - 2002|