case study identifying ethical concerns
In terms of incentives influencing reasoning for participation, this could be seen in cases where researchers offer monetary compensation or other rewards for taking part in a study – thus potentially introducing bias into the results due to people being more inclined to sign up if they see some kind of reward associated with it. Additionally, financial pressures may also lead some individuals into trials which they would not normally join without this extra motivation.
Overall, while offering incentives is sometimes necessary depending on the particular circumstances involved – healthcare providers need to ensure that these are reasonable and not used as a way to manipulate people into participating instead. Furthermore, all potential risks must be clearly communicated before any agreements have been made and those involved should always have the option of withdrawing their consent at any time freely without fear of repercussion accordingly.