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Monitoring Clinical Trials with Electronic Informed Consent
During this webinar, informed consent experts with decades of hands-on monitoring experience discuss the challenges they’ve encountered and how to overcome them with the integration of eConsent.
eConsent University Podcast: Episode 1
Jackie Brusch and Sam Sather discuss the various and changing regulations and guidances for eConsent, highlighting pre-implementation considerations and resources for clinical trial professionals.
The Essential Guide to Electronic Informed Consent
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Industry expert Sandra "SAM" Sather shares her knowledge of how to properly implement an eConsent solution.
State of eConsent 2017 Report
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.
TrialConsent™, An Electronic Informed Consent Solution
Can Seniors Use eConsent?
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.
FDA Supports Innovation in Clinical Trials with eConsent
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State of eConsent 2017 Report - Site Edition
Reducing Regulatory Risk with eConsent
3 Ways Electronic Informed Consent Benefits Trial Participants
Using eConsent in Clinical Research to Support Patient Understanding and Welfare
Deciding to participate in a clinical trial is not risk-free for anyone. This article explores how to best support patients during the informed consent process (ICP) with eConsent.
The Value of Electronic Informed Consent
eConsent: Five (5) Key Areas of Preparation