The Informed Consent Process: Who, What, Where, Why and How

May 01, 2018 (Tue) | 9:00 AM -11:00 AM
Li Ka Shing Center, LK308 : Stanford, CA

This class will describe the informed consent process and answer the following questions: What is informed consent? Why is it important? Who is involved in the process? Where and when does informed consent take place? And finally, how should the process be conducted? Additional topics to be discussed include electronic consent, short-form consent, and the re-consent process. Best practices and case studies will also be reviewed. Limited seating. Registration required. Recurring monthly. Course open to all faculty, fellows/residents, staff working on clinical research projects at Stanford.

Department:  Spectrum: Center for Translational and Clinical Research and Education

Contact: Jessica P Meyer | 6504986140 |


  • Kiera Larsen, RN Education Program Manager, SCCR

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