Mildred K. Cho mainly investigates MEDLINE, Medical physics, Return of results, Research ethics and Family medicine. Her MEDLINE research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Clinical trial, Intellectual property, Scientific literature, Commercialization and Genetic counseling. Quality is closely connected to External validity in her research, which is encompassed under the umbrella topic of Clinical trial.
Her study in Medical physics is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Neuroimaging, Subject and Generalizability theory. Her Research ethics study combines topics in areas such as Publishing, Personal genomics, Whole genome sequencing, Public policy and Milestone. Her studies deal with areas such as Drug trial and Health care as well as Family medicine.
Her primary areas of study are Research ethics, Informed consent, Genetic testing, Family medicine and MEDLINE. Her research investigates the link between Research ethics and topics such as Biobank that cross with problems in Genomic research and Data science. As a part of the same scientific family, she mostly works in the field of Informed consent, focusing on Focus group and, on occasion, Qualitative research and Social psychology.
She has researched Genetic testing in several fields, including Genetic counseling, Prenatal diagnosis and Psychiatry. The Family medicine study combines topics in areas such as Test and Clinical trial. Her MEDLINE study frequently links to other fields, such as Confidentiality.
Her main research concerns Informed consent, MEDLINE, Internet privacy, Health care and Research ethics. Mildred K. Cho combines subjects such as Genetic counseling, Public domain, Data sharing and Genetic testing with her study of Informed consent. Her multidisciplinary approach integrates MEDLINE and Mitochondrial replacement therapy in her work.
Her Internet privacy study incorporates themes from Focus group and Neglect. Her studies in Health care integrate themes in fields like Best practice, Preprint, Data science and Process management. Her Research ethics research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Precision medicine, Clinical research ethics and Ethics Consultation.
Mildred K. Cho mainly focuses on Informed consent, Research ethics, Biobank, Precision medicine and Context. She interconnects Unintended consequences, Health care, Accountability, Mental illness and Focus group in the investigation of issues within Informed consent. Her Focus group research includes elements of Genetic counseling, Genetic testing and Patient experience.
In her study, Mildred K. Cho carries out multidisciplinary Research ethics and Benefit analysis research. Her Biobank research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Health data, Diversity, Profiteering and Human cloning. Among her Context studies, there is a synthesis of other scientific areas such as Deidentification, Digital health, Prioritization, Contact tracing and Public health.
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The International HapMap Project
John W. Belmont;Paul Hardenbol;Thomas D. Willis;Fuli Yu.
Improving the quality of reporting of randomized controlled trials. The CONSORT statement
C Begg;M Cho;S Eastwood;R Horton.
American Journal of Ophthalmology (1996)
Managing incidental findings in human subjects research: Analysis and recommendations
Susan M Wolf;Frances P Lawrenz;Charles A. Nelson;Jeffrey P. Kahn.
Journal of Law Medicine & Ethics (2008)
Managing incidental findings and research results in genomic research involving biobanks and archived data sets.
Susan M Wolf;Brittney N. Crock;Brian G Van Ness;Frances P Lawrenz.
Integrating genotype and phenotype information: an overview of the PharmGKB project
T. E. Klein;Jeffrey T Chang;M. K. Cho;K. L. Easton.
Pharmacogenomics Journal (2001)
The Quality of Drug Studies Published in Symposium Proceedings
Mildred K. Cho;Lisa A. Bero.
Annals of Internal Medicine (1996)
A Proposal for Structured Reporting of Randomized Controlled Trials
Erik Andrew;Aslam Anis;Tom Chalmers;Mildred Cho.
Genetic Research and Health Disparities
Pamela Sankar;Mildred K. Cho;Celeste M. Condit;Linda M. Hunt.
Does Masking Author Identity Improve Peer Review Quality?: A Randomized Controlled Trial
Amy C. Justice;Mildred K. Cho;Margaret A. Winker;Jesse A. Berlin.
Incidental Findings in Brain Imaging Research
Judy Illes;Matthew P. Kirschen;Emmeline Edwards;L R. Stanford.
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