You asked, we answered: How long to plan for your first eConsent implementation
Implementing digital informed consent (or eConsent) in clinical trials can be challenging and complex, but it doesn’t have to be! One of the main reasons for this difficulty is the traditional mindset and habits of conducting clinical trials. Clinical trials have long relied on paper-based informed consent process, and making the switch to a digital solution requires a significant shift in mindset and approach. Additionally, different stakeholders, such as study sponsors, ethics committees, regulators, sites and patients, may have different expectations, perceptions and requirements for eConsent implementation, adding to the complexity of the process. Therefore, careful planning, communication, and a thoughtful execution are essential for the success of an eConsent implementation and adoption in studies.
What it really takes to adopt eConsent across large pharma
Learn about the benefits of adopting consent management technology and best practices around developing change management and training programs to help sponsors, CROs and sites get the most out of eConsent.
The importance of quality in the informed consent process
Join Aditum Bio's Shayanne Ali and Medable's Andrew Mackinnon, as they discuss the most common issues with the paper-based consent process, and what to look for in a complete consent management solution in order to reduce quality issues while improving oversight.
White paper: Why eConsent primes patients and studies for success
Read this white paper to learn how eConsent's flexibility helps you educate and retain patients worldwide, regardless of signature requirements, and how to implement it across your organization.
White paper: The foundations of decentralized clinical trials
Understand the benefits of web-enabled research tools and how they work.