Disclosure of information on clinical research
Normally, when conducting clinical research, written or oral explanation and consent is given. For clinical research that uses only information such as medical information without any invasion or intervention to the patient, "it is not necessary to obtain consent directly from each subject patient" based on the guidelines set by the government, but it is necessary to disclose information about the implementation of the research, including the purpose of the research, and to guarantee the opportunity to refuse. However, it is necessary to disclose information about the conduct of the research, including the purpose of the research, and to guarantee the opportunity to refuse. Such a method is called "opt-out". The following are some of the clinical studies that use the opt-out method.
If you do not wish to cooperate in the research, please notify the person in charge of the research listed in the following document.
Information disclosure documents (related to backward-looking observational studies being conducted at this hospital)
|Issue No.||Research Subject||public documents|
|CRI-IRB-009||Examination of various measurements in fetal ultrasound imaging|
|CRI-IRB-010||A study of the relationship between fetal morphological diagnosis and etiological search, outcome and prognosis|