Implementation of Electronic Informed Consent in Biomedical Research and Stakeholders' Perspectives: Systematic Review KU Leuven
Should consent forms used in clinical trials be translated into the local dialects? A survey among past participants in rural Ghana Instituut voor Tropische Geneeskunde
BACKGROUND: Obtaining informed consent is part of the expression of the principle of participant autonomy during clinical trials. It is critical that participants understand the content of informed consent forms and remain in a position to seek independent advice on its content. We conducted a survey among past participants of a clinical trial in the Kassena-Nankana Districts of rural northern Ghana about the usefulness of informed consent ...
Could the decision of trial participation precede the informed consent process? Evidence from Burkina Faso Instituut voor Tropische Geneeskunde KU Leuven Vrije Universiteit Brussel Universiteit Gent
Reported consent processes and demographics Instituut voor Tropische Geneeskunde
OBJECTIVES: Efforts are needed to improve informed consent of participants in research. The Strategic Timing of AntiRetroviral Therapy (START) study provides a unique opportunity to study the effect of length and complexity of informed consent documents on understanding and satisfaction among geographically diverse participants.
METHODS: Interested START sites were randomized to use either the standard consent form or the concise ...
A proposal for a model of informed consent for the collection, storage and use of biological materials for research purposes KU Leuven
The attitude of Flemish paediatricians regarding informed consent of adolescents Vrije Universiteit Brussel
Since 2002 the Belgian law requires an informed consent of the patient before each medical intervention. This provision applies also for adolescent patients on condition that the physician considers the young patient as competent to autonomously participate in the decision making process.
The purpose of this study is to evaluate to what extent Belgian paediatricians from the Flemish part of the ...
Digitised audio questionnaire for assessment of informed consent comprehension in a low-literacy African research population Instituut voor Tropische Geneeskunde
OBJECTIVE: To develop and psychometrically evaluate an audio digitised tool for assessment of comprehension of informed consent among low-literacy Gambian research participants.
SETTING: We conducted this study in the Gambia where a high illiteracy rate and absence of standardised writing formats of local languages pose major challenges for research participants to comprehend consent information. We developed a 34-item questionnaire to ...