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ALLMARK, P. J., MASON, S., GILL, A. B. and MEGONE, C. (2003). Obtaining consent for neonatal research. Archives of disease in childhood: fetal and neonatal edition, 88 (3), F166-F167.

ALLMARK, P. J., MASON, S., GILL, A. B. and MEGONE, C. (2001). Is it in a neonate's best interest to enter a randomised controlled trial? Journal of medical ethics, 27 (2), 110-113.

DALLA-VORGIA, P., MASON, S., MEGONE, C., ALLMARK, P. J., BRATLID, D., GILL, A. B., MORROGH, P., PLOMER, A. and REITER-THEIL, S. (2001). Overview of European legislation on informed consent for neonatal research. Archives of disease in childhood: fetal and neonatal edition, 84 (1), F70-F73.

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ALLMARK, P. J., MASON, S. and MEGONE, C. (2001). Ethical issues and practical problems in obtaining informed consent for neonatal research. In: MASON, S. and MEGONE, C., (eds.) European neonatal research: consent, ethics committees and law. Aldershot, Ashgate, 3-12.

MEGONE, C., MASON, S. and ALLMARK, P. J. (2001). The attitudes of RECs in 11 European countries to informed consent in neonatal research. In: MASON, S. and MEGONE, C., (eds.) European neonatal research: consent, ethics committees and law. Aldershot, Ashgate, 43-62.

MEGONE, C., MASON, S. and ALLMARK, P. J. (2001). The structure, composition and operation of European RECs. In: MASON, S. and MEGONE, C., (eds.) European neonatal research: consent, ethics committees and law. Aldershot, Ashgate, 23-42.

MEGONE, C., MASON, S. and ALLMARK, P. J. (2001). The views of RECs in eight European countries on the process of obtaining informed consent in neonatal research and on the structure and organisation of RECs. In: MASON, S. and MEGONE, C., (eds.) European neonatal research: consent, ethics committees and law. Aldershot, Ashgate, 63-82.

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