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Fons‐Martinez, J., Ferrer‐Albero, C., & Diez‐Domingo, J. (2023). Co‐creation of information materials within the assent process: From theory to practice. Health Expectations, 26(1), pp.429-439. Abstract: The informed consent process is key to safeguarding the autonomy of the participant in medical research.

Martin-Kerry, J.M., Knapp, P., Atkin, K., Bower, P., Watt, I., Stones, C., Higgins, S., Sheridan, R., Preston, J., Taylor, D.H., Baines, P., & Young, B. (2019). Supporting children and young people when making decisions about joining clinical trials: Qualitative study

Ferrer-Albero, C., & Díez-Domingo, J. (2021). Does a comic style informed assent form improve comprehension for minors participating in clinical trials? Clinical Ethics, 16(1), pp. 37-45. The authors designed a comic strip with the aim of better informing children and young

Lees, A., Payler, J., Ballinger, C., Lawrence, P., Faust, S. N., & Meads, G. (2017). Positioning children’s voice in clinical trials research: A new model for planning, collaboration, and reflection. Qualitative Health Research, 27(14), pp. 2162-2176.

Hein, I. M., Troost, P. W., Lindeboom, R., & et al. (2014). Accuracy of the macarthur competence assessment tool for clinical research (MacCAT-CR) for measuring children’s competence to consent to clinical research. JAMA Pediatrics, 168(12), pp. 1147-1153.