BioLaw Journal - Rivista di BioDiritto

BioLaw Journal - Rivista di BioDiritto is a peer reviewed, free online law journal focusing on the relationships between law and life sciences under a comparative perspective. According to its interdisciplinary nature, the Journal hosts contributions in the fields of law, life sciences and bioethics.

The Journal presents articles, commentaries and book reviews which provide an innovative and original source of reference for academics, lawyers, legal and medical practitioners, law students, and anyone interested in national, European and international biolaw.

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No 1 (2019): Special Issue 1/2019

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Why informed consent requires attention once more? PDF
Laura Palazzani 1-2


i-CONSENT: presentation of the project and the importance of participants’ perspective in the informed consent process PDF
Jaime Fons-Martínez, Cristina Ferrer-Albero, Rosanna Russell, Elizabeth Rodgers, Linda Glennie, Javier Díez-Domingo 3-10
Informed consent, experimentation and emerging ethical problems PDF
Laura Palazzani 11-22
Informed consent procedures between autonomy and trust PDF
Fabio Macioce 23-35
Contents of the minor’s assent in medical research: differences between the scientific literature and the legal requirements PDF
Jaime Fons-Martínez, Fernando Calvo Rigual, Javier Díez-Domingo, Leonardo Nepi, Loredana Persampieri, Cristina Ferrer-Albero 37-52
Ethical issues concerning the informed consent process in paediatric clinical trials: European guidelines and recommendations on minor’s assent and parental permission PDF
Leonardo Nepi 53-63
Gender and informed consent in clinical research: beyond ethical challenges PDF
Loredana Persampieri 65-87
Interreligious and cross-cultural perspectives on informed consent in the light of human rights and mental privacy PDF
Alberto Garcia, Mirko Daniel Garasic 89-100
New strategies for increasing participation of patients from diverse cultural and religious backgrounds in clinical trials PDF
Laura Palazzani, Fabio Macioce, Margherita Daverio, Valeria Ferro, Loredana Persampieri 101-122
Informed consent in translational/clinical research. Ethical issues according to international guidelines PDF
Margherita Daverio 123-138
Legal aspects of informed consent in clinical research: the case of vaccinations in the international legal framework PDF
Valeria Ferro 139-149

ISSN 2284-4503

Editor University of Trento

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