Changing Models of Consent for Medical Research
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Professional Development and Education, Research, 2022
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The highly contagious nature of COVID-19 necessitated the use of isolation for infected patients and those under investigation. Because of limited in-person interactions with next of kin and those with medical power of attorney, researchers had to find alternative methods for obtaining consent to conduct research among this highly vulnerable population in a time of rapid, intensive investigation of unproven treatments. This webcast explores alternative methods of obtaining informed consent using modern technology and legal and ethical considerations. Topics include:

Hybrid consent using both written and electronic materials
Electronic consent through web-based research tools
Opt-out consent
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Content Type Webcast
Knowledge Area Professional Development and Education
Knowledge Area Research
Knowledge Level Intermediate
Knowledge Level Advanced
Membership Level Professional
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Tag Professional Development
Tag Clinical Research Design
Year 2022
changing models of consent
medical research
COVID-19 pandemic
ethics of consent
research and clinical care
learning healthcare system
informed consent
video chat for consent
changing attitudes towards science


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