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In this capacity, they can offer suggestions for modifying text and imagery that you (the site), the sponsor or the patient recruitment organization can factor into the final production.This is a great, but very broad question, and I can’t speak to the specific opinions of any regulatory agency or all IRB members.Therefore, I believe many of them are comfortable reviewing the “storyline” with narration, screen shots and so forth in advance as part of their approval.This way they know what the video will convey without actually having to wait to see this before they render an opinion.As a follow-up, here are answers to some of the questions posed by attendees during the Q&A portion that focus on IRB approvals and the consenting process.I believe this is unfortunate, and I would want to inquire more about what their reluctance is.
I would ask the IRB to provide more of a rationale of what their concerns are (e.g., is the format of a flip chart per se, the content, the actual visual images or messages, or something else? Once you understand more of their concerns ,you can potentially explore other avenues such as multi-media presentations, re-formatted consent documents or other avenues that would still accomplish the goal of enhanced patient understanding while complying with the IRB’s policies.
That said, there is a plethora of research on the need to improve patient understanding in clinical trials and a recognition from all stakeholders, I believe, that the current lengthy documents are not sufficient for enabling subject understanding.
Generally speaking, in my experience and based on what has been published and presented at various industry conferences there is a growing appreciation for the various ways in which the patient education experience can be enhanced and that the organizations that are piloting different approaches are having good success.
Correct, anything that will be viewed or seen by the patient must undergo IRB/Ethics approval.
In my experience, IRBs recognize that it is an expensive prospective to produce a video and then ask for changes once it is produced.I believe that the companies offering e-consent solutions are starting to get some traction conducting pilot projects.