Rieke van der Graaf
Rieke van der Graaf
Julius Center
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A systematic review of reasons for gatekeeping in palliative care research
MC Kars, GJMW van Thiel, R van der Graaf, M Moors, A de Graeff, ...
Palliative medicine 30 (6), 533-548, 2016
Revised CIOMS international ethical guidelines for health-related research involving humans
JJM van Delden, R van der Graaf
Jama 317 (2), 135-136, 2017
Fair inclusion of pregnant women in clinical trials: an integrated scientific and ethical approach
R van der Graaf, ISE van der Zande, HM den Ruijter, MA Oudijk, ...
Trials 19, 1-9, 2018
Clarifying appeals to dignity in medical ethics from an historical perspective
R Van Der Graaf, JJM Van Delden
Bioethics 23 (3), 151-160, 2009
Brief report: staged-informed consent in the cohort multiple randomized controlled trial design
DA Young-Afat, HAM Verkooijen, CH Van Gils, JM Van Der Velden, ...
Epidemiology 27 (3), 389-392, 2016
Vulnerability of pregnant women in clinical research
ISE Van der Zande, R van der Graaf, MA Oudijk, JJM Van Delden
Journal of Medical Ethics 43 (10), 657-663, 2017
Strengths and weaknesses of guideline approaches to safeguard voluntary informed consent of patients within a dependent relationship
SAS Dekking, R van der Graaf, JJM van Delden
BMC medicine 12 (1), 1-11, 2014
Facilitators and barriers to pregnant women’s participation in research: a systematic review
ISE van der Zande, R van der Graaf, L Hooft, JJM van Delden
Women and Birth 31 (5), 350-361, 2018
Adaptive trials in clinical research: scientific and ethical issues to consider
R van der Graaf, KCB Roes, JJM van Delden
Jama 307 (22), 2379-2380, 2012
Equipoise should be amended, not abandoned
R van der Graaf, JJM van Delden
Clinical Trials 8 (4), 408-416, 2011
What is the best standard for the standard of care in clinical research?
R van der Graaf, JJM van Delden
The American Journal of Bioethics 9 (3), 35-43, 2009
The need to balance merits and limitations from different disciplines when considering the stepped wedge cluster randomized trial design
E de Hoop, I van der Tweel, R van der Graaf, KGM Moons, ...
BMC medical research methodology 15 (1), 1-13, 2015
The willingness to participate in biomedical research involving human beings in low‐and middle‐income countries: a systematic review
JL Browne, CO Rees, JJM van Delden, I Agyepong, DE Grobbee, ...
Tropical medicine & international health 24 (3), 264-279, 2019
Justification of exclusion criteria was underreported in a review of cardiovascular trials
AF Schmidt, RHH Groenwold, JJM Van Delden, Y Van Der Does, ...
Journal of clinical epidemiology 67 (6), 635-644, 2014
The ethics of deferred consent in times of pandemics
R van der Graaf, MA Hoogerwerf, MC de Vries
Nature Medicine 26 (9), 1328-1330, 2020
Fair inclusion of pregnant women in clinical research: a systematic review of reported reasons for exclusion
ISE van der Zande, R van der Graaf, JL Browne, JJM van Delden
Clinical research involving pregnant women, 65-94, 2016
Ethics of oocyte banking for third-party assisted reproduction: a systematic review
EM Kool, AME Bos, R Van Der Graaf, B Fauser, AL Bredenoord
Human Reproduction Update 24 (5), 615-635, 2018
A qualitative study into dependent relationships and voluntary informed consent for research in pediatric oncology
SAS Dekking, R van der Graaf, AYN Schouten-van Meeteren, MC Kars, ...
Pediatric Drugs 18, 145-156, 2016
Learning health care systems: highly needed but challenging
RHP Wouters, R van der Graaf, EE Voest, AL Bredenoord
Learning Health Systems 4 (3), e10211, 2020
Balancing research interests and patient interests: a qualitative study into the intertwinement of care and research in paediatric oncology
SAS Dekking, R van der Graaf, MC Kars, A Beishuizen, MC de Vries, ...
Pediatric blood & cancer 62 (5), 816-822, 2015
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