eConsent Myth #2: The process of creating and executing informed consent is not improved with eConsent

April 2, 2018 Jackie Brusch

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It is understood that the informed consent process consists of four stages: 

  1. Development 
  2. Use
  3. Monitoring and Oversight
  4. Archival

So, does eConsent improve these stages? How?

The answer is YES, eConsent does improve all four stages of the informed consent process.  As with most processes that change from paper to electronic, eConsent has automated several tasks so that there is less manual burden on site personnel and study teams.  Additionally, participants agree that this is a tool they are comfortable using in today's digital world.  Click on the graphic above for a full breakdown of how eConsent has improved the process of creating and executing informed consent in global clinical trials.

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Jackie Brusch

Jackie Brusch is the Content Marketing Manager at CRF Health.

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