Did you know a recent survey of 179 clinicians found that :
- 72% considered paper consent forms to be too long
- 62% found paper consent forms to be too complex
- 38% thought that paper consent forms impaired participant comprehension
With patient dropout rates still averaging close to 30%, and more than a third of surveyed patients stating that paper consent was inadequate, it’s clear that paper consent does not equal informed consent.
In this white paper, you’ll learn how eConsent’s flexibility is used to properly inform, educate, and retain more patients globally, regardless of country signature requirements. You’ll also uncover how to bring eConsent to your organization, and gain an overview of which parts of the globe still require paper signatures.
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