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The Process of Informed Consent (written by ACRP)

Every investigator and clinical research coordinator (CRC) should recognize the importance of obtaining valid and appropriate informed consent as an important protection of the rights and welfare of human subjects. The purpose of this ACRP guidance document is not to provide a literature review or summarize the recommendations of various working groups. Instead, the Association decided it would be helpful to provide short and focused guidance which describes how to best structure the informed consent process in accordance with best practices.
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