eConsent: Why Language Matters

Despite widespread adoption of software for clinical research, informed consent too often defaults to paper.

In an effort to foster better adoption of eConsent, the European Forum for Good Clinical Practice (EFGCP) has led an eConsent initiative with the intent to harmonize eConsent terminologies, create value models of eConsent for stakeholders, and offer guidance on eConsent processes.

Clinical ink’s Senior Product Manager Liz Goodman co-leads the EFGCP eConsent library workstream with other industry experts. This workstream just released the harmonized eConsent glossary and published an article in Applied Clinical Trials on the their efforts over the past year.

We are pleased to collaborate with key industry leaders on this critical initiative, and look forward to bringing eConsent to the forefront of clinical research software. Reach out today to learn more from our industry experts on how eConsent can work for your research trial!

Read the article and access the EFGCP eConsent glossary.

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