Developing a Simplified Consent Form for Biobanking
Beskow, Laura M
Friedman, Joëlle Y
Hardy, N Chantelle
Weinfurt, Kevin P
PloS one 2010 October 8; 5(10): e13302
Consent forms have lengthened over time and become harder for participants to understand. We sought to demonstrate the feasibility of creating a simplified consent form for biobanking that comprises the minimum information necessary to meet ethical and regulatory requirements. We then gathered preliminary data concerning its content from hypothetical biobank participants.
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