Training Program Title
Introduction to Electronic Consent
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Michigan Institute for Clinical and Health Research
Michigan Medicine, University of Michigan
Training Program Description
The Michigan Institute for Clinical & Translational Research (MICHR) provides supplemental training on the basics of electronic informed consent. This self-guided course is about the process of using electronic consent (eConsent) for clinical and translational research and was designed to outline basic concepts study team members should consider before using eConsent processes. Participants will learn what eConsent is and how it can be operationalized by study team members.
This training is designed to supplement synchronous workshops on the basics of informed consent provided by the Michigan Institute for Clinical and Health Research. No prior research experience or technical background is necessary to take this course, but further training on informed consent is recommended for all participants.
Digital Commons Disciplines
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Scientific Concepts and Research Design; Ethical and Participant Safety Considerations; Study and Site Management
This module will
· Define eConsent
· Outline eConsent processes
· Identify tools commonly used by study teams to administer eConsent for a clinical or translational research study
Principal Investigators; Clinical Research Professionals (other than PI); MDs including residents, house officers, fellows, hospitalists; Undergraduate, graduate or professional degree students; Post-doctoral scholars; Other
Other Target Learners
While the primary audience for this course is any member of a study team who is new to research or new to eConsent processes, anyone with an interest in eConsent is welcome to take it.