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This editorial will answer frequently asked question about this open-access and on-line journal as well as its publisher BioMed Central.

Karsta Lüttich et al.

Molecular Cancer 2 (7), 31 Jan 2003

As the number of randomised controlled trials of medicines for children increases, it becomes progressively more important to understand the experiences of parents who are asked to enrol their child in a trial.

Valerie Shilling et al.

BMC Medical Ethics 10 (7), 16 Feb 2009

Background When parents are asked to consider enrolling their child in a paediatric clinical trial their primary responsibility is the best interests of their child.

Valerie Shilling et al.

BMC Medical Ethics 10 (7), 16 Feb 2009

When asked their views on Zelen randomisation (single consent method), parents whose baby was involved in a conventionally randomised trial were evenly divided on its acceptability [ 19 ].

Valerie Shilling et al.

BMC Medical Ethics 10 (7), 16 Feb 2009

Some mothers felt resentment that they had been asked to go through the trauma of deciding about trial entry for 'nothing' [ 11 ].

Valerie Shilling et al.

BMC Medical Ethics 10 (7), 16 Feb 2009

Parents in the non-English speaking group asked fewer questions than parents in the other groups.

Valerie Shilling et al.

BMC Medical Ethics 10 (7), 16 Feb 2009

What questions were asked, which protocols were used and were the questions successfully answered?

Sohrab Fratz et al.

Journal of Cardiovascular Magnetic Resonance 10 (1), 17 Oct 2008

And most importantly, the clinical value or the ability to answer the question asked is unknown.

Sohrab Fratz et al.

Journal of Cardiovascular Magnetic Resonance 10 (1), 17 Oct 2008

What questions were asked, which protocols were used and were the questions successfully answered?

Sohrab Fratz et al.

Journal of Cardiovascular Magnetic Resonance 10 (1), 17 Oct 2008

The questions asked were successfully answered in 350 patients (97%).

Sohrab Fratz et al.

Journal of Cardiovascular Magnetic Resonance 10 (1), 17 Oct 2008

The questions asked were only partially answered in five patients (1%), and not answered in seven patients (2%).

Sohrab Fratz et al.

Journal of Cardiovascular Magnetic Resonance 10 (1), 17 Oct 2008

The main topics asked by Web site users in our study were similar to those asked in Eysenbach's study.

Kristen S Shuyler et al.

Journal of Medical Internet Research 5 (4), 10 Oct 2003

Our results show similar trends: 32% of the queries in our study asked about a condition or disease, 21% asked about treatment, 5% asked about medications, and 1% asked about diet (see Table 3 ).

Kristen S Shuyler et al.

Journal of Medical Internet Research 5 (4), 10 Oct 2003

Second, "treatment" in general was the second most frequent topic asked about by users, but the Web site focuses on surgical interventions and offers few articles on nonsurgical treatments.

Kristen S Shuyler et al.

Journal of Medical Internet Research 5 (4), 10 Oct 2003

Some of the questions asked have arisen sufficiently often to be worth addressing here.

Martin Raff et al.

Journal of Biology 1 (2), 2002

Some of the questions asked have arisen sufficiently often to be worth addressing here.

Martin Raff et al.

Journal of Biology 1 (2), 2002

The women reported that they did not want to be asked to provide a sexual history as part of being asked to have a chlamydia test.

Natasha L Pavlin et al.

BMC Infectious Diseases 8 (7), 09 May 2008

Some reported that they would lie if asked how many partners they had had

Natasha L Pavlin et al.

BMC Infectious Diseases 8 (7), 09 May 2008

Women do not want a sexual history taken when being asked to have a chlamydia test while attending a general practitioner.

Natasha L Pavlin et al.

BMC Infectious Diseases 8 (7), 09 May 2008

This study aimed to determine how Australian young women feel about being asked to test for chlamydia when they attend a GP for any reason; the potential psychosocial impacts of chlamydia screening and to determine what information and support young women would find helpful.

Natasha L Pavlin et al.

BMC Infectious Diseases 8 (7), 09 May 2008

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