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Informed Consent Checklist: A Tool for IRB’s and Researchers (via Research Ethics Law Blog)

June 11, 2010

An excellent checklist for Sponsors, Study Sites and others responsible for building comprehensive ICFs.

One of the most frequently occuring problems that will delay an IRB's approval of a protocol are problems with the consent documents and the consent process.  Using a simple checklist like the one below can go a long way towards mitigating those problems.  Basic Elements – 45 CFR § 46.116   General Considerations Is language suitable for prospective subjects?Can you clearly describe the study after reading the form?   Research statement that the … Read More

via Research Ethics Law Blog

From → Research Ethics

  1. Hi there – Nancy from the Research Ethics Blog here – wondering how/if there is a way to request an invitation to access the Research Ethics Law Blog. I see it’s a private blog – and only invited readers can access it. But I can’t seem to find any method for requesting approval to access it…I’d be very interested in reading it, if at all possible. Advice?

    • Hi Nancy: At the time I made the link, the site was not “private”. I haven’t been back there for a while, and I’m not sure how to get “invited”. I’ll ask the 2 lawyers on our Board to see if they can help.
      Will keep you posted.
      Best regards,

  2. Great. Thanks, Ian!

    Like the blog btw – now wondering how I can incorporate more of my running and rowing into my blog!


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