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Table 1 The context for the included studies

From: The ethical issues regarding consent to clinical trials with pre-term or sick neonates: a systematic review (framework synthesis) of the empirical research

Context of study Reviews Questionnaires/Surveys In-depth interviews Miscellaneous
Emergency perinatal research Hundley 2004 [56] East 2006 [49] Baker 2005 [24]  
Tooher 2008 [30] Kenyon 2004 [50] Kenyon 2004 [50]
Smyth 2009 [22] Smyth 2012 [23]
Snowdon 2006 [28]
Emergency neonatal research   Ballard 2004 [46] Allmark 2006 [47] Schmidt 1999 (observation of outcomes) [57]
Burgess 2003 [25] Mason 2000 [34]
Culbert 2005 [53] Snowdon 1997 [48]
Maayan-Metzger 2008 [19] Snowdon 1998 [33]
Stenson 2004 [35]
Zupancic 1997 [21]
Research during pregnancy   Daniels 2006 [52] Mohanna 1999 [58]  
Woodward 2012 [54]
Non-emergency neonatal research   Ballard 2011 [51] Hoehn 2009 [32] Hoehn 2005 (analysis of unsolicited comments) [17]
Burgess 2003 [25] Jollye 2009 [18] Hulst 2005 (observational study) [31]
Hayman 2001 [16] Korotchikova 2010 [29]
Marc-Aurele 2012 [45] Rogers 1998 [55]
Morley 2005 [20] Simon 2006 [60]
Nathan 2010 [59] Snowdon 1998 [33]
Singhal 2002 [26] Snowdon 2004 [42]
Singhal 2004 [41] Snowdon 2004 [39] Ward 2009 [27]
Clinical decision-making (not research)   Paulmichl 2011 [43] Albersheim 2010 [40] Sharma 2011 (analysis of decisions made by mothers) [64]
Brinchmann 2002 [36]
De Leeuw 2000 [61]
Garel 2004 [62]
Kavanaugh 2005 [37]
McHaffie 2001 [38]
Saigal 1999 [63]