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Using eConsent in Clinical Research to Support Patient Understanding and Welfare
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Electronic Informed Consent - 2017 Industry Survey Results from Clinical Sites
In this webinar, CRF Health's Sandra "SAM" Sather is joined by Giga Smith from Coastal Carolina Healthcare (CCHC) to discuss Electronic Informed Consent (eConsent) from the research site perspective.
Translations and eConsent
When designing an informed consent, it's extremely important to consider the participants using it. Specifically, the consent should be created in a language that its primary audience will understand.
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Electronic Informed Consent: 2017 Industry Survey Results
Sam Sather, Regulatory & Quality Lead for TrialConsent™, discusses survey findings from the State of eConsent 2017 Report. Find out why 82% of pharma companies are projected to adopt eConsent by 2020.
State of eConsent 2017 Report - Site Edition
In Pursuit of eConsent: Best Practice Recommendations for Successful Integration
Provided by The Journal for Clinical Studies - Original at https://issuu.com/mark123/docs/jcs_volume_9_2_web/58 For more information about electronic informed consent please visit www.crfhealth.com
Recruitment & Retention: Breaking Down the Barriers to eConsent Adoption
Provided by ACRP's Clinical Researcher Magazine. Original at https://www.acrpnet.org/2017/04/01/recruitment-retention-breaking-barriers-econsent-adoption/ For more information on electronic informed
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