Consent rates for video-recording general practice consultations: effect of ethnicity and other factors
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AbstractWe sought consent for video-recording general practice consultations from 260 consecutive attenders in nine surgeries. Intensive fieldwork including language support, from both the researcher and professional interpreters, was undertaken. The overall consent rate was 77.3%. No significant differences in consent rates were found between white and south Asian patients, even after controlling for age, gender and self-reported understanding of English. No differences in consent rates were found with respect to age, gender and self-reported understanding of English.
CitationNeal R, Ali N, Allgar V L, Coleman T (2004) 'Consent rates for video-recording general practice consultations: effect of ethnicity and other factors', Family Practice, 21 (2), pp.219-220.
PublisherOxford University Press
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