Developing and Implementing a Successful eConsent Process
As the industry continues to shift from brick-and-mortar trials to more convenient hybrid formats, eConsent proves to be useful.
Why Keep HIPAA Separate from the Informed Consent Form
HIPAA is important to the informed consent process, and oftentimes, a standalone document is the most beneficial approach.
Informed Consent Writing Tip Sheet
Informed consent is a centrally regulated protection for research participants. Learn the regulatory requirements for providing it.
Enhancing Research Conduct Using eConsent
The Belmont Report established informed consent parameters in 1976, but there are no federal regulations surrounding electronic consent.
Becoming Your Own Best Advocate Through Patient Empowerment
In this episode, we discuss clinical trial patient empowerment and advocacy. We dive into health literacy and the informed consent process.
Connecting Patient Centricity and eConsent Together
eConsent is a way to enhance the patient experience through improved study design, retention rates, and communication.
Informed Consent: When, Why, and How It’s Obtained
Aside from being a regulatory and ethical requirement, informed consent is a good way to ensure participant knowledge and develop a foundation trust between researcher and participant.
Q&A – Ask Advarra Live: The Real-World Impact of COVID-19 on Research
We have addressed the most popular Q&A topics from our recent webinar on the research impact of COVID-19 in this blog post. Read more:
IRB Review of Coronavirus and Other Emerging Infectious Disease Research: Issues to Consider
Advarra IRB experts discuss unique issues that research involving emerging infectious diseases like coronavirus can raise for IRB review. Read more:
Informed Consent: 6 Approaches to Increase Participant Comprehension
Explore six approaches for improving informed consent and supporting participants’ understanding of the studies they are asked to join.
Compensating Clinical Trial Participants: The Basics
Participant compensation is often a complicated matter. This blog will shed light on what an IRB considers during its review.
What Is a Screening Consent?
Study-specific screening consent is a subtype of informed consent, which ensures a research participant understands of the research and its risks.