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Right to withdraw:
how could it be dealt with?
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You inform them that they can withdraw at anytime within informed consent, you also mention they can withdraw their results in the debrief
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(Original post by zarahh09)
Right to withdraw:
how could it be dealt with?
If they don’t feel as though they are in a comfortable position they have the ability to leave the experiment
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