eConsent Myth #6: Sites prefer paper. eConsent is too difficult.

Jackie Brusch

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eConsent is a huge benefit to site stakeholders simply because of the amount of time, burden, and labor it reduces on them when conducting an informed consent.  With eConsent, sites can spend less time worrying about manual work and more time with participants by answering questions, resolving problems faster, and reducing the time it takes them to consent a participant without sacrificing their comprehension!

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Jackie Brusch

Jackie Brusch is the Content Marketing Manager at CRF Health.

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