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NIH Informed Consent Authoring tool

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This is a tool I developed for use at the NIH Clinical Center. It is a web-based tool for authoring informed consent documents. The system has built-in readability analysis, language templates for …

This is a tool I developed for use at the NIH Clinical Center. It is a web-based tool for authoring informed consent documents. The system has built-in readability analysis, language templates for standard descriptions of procedures, and can have customized document templates.

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  • 1. Beta Version – Pilot phase
  • 2. The goals Enforce a standardized consent template with some flexibility. Allow insertion of language from NIH ProtoMechanics, IRBs, and individuals. Provide real-time reading level, reading difficulty, and suggestions for improving difficult language.
  • 3. The workflow
  • 4. Web-based application
  • 5. Document dashboard Manage your consent documents through the dashboard interface. Consent title Protocol Title
  • 6. Consent editor Edit your consent documents on-line
  • 7. Consent format Add content to sections of the consent by clicking on “answer question”
  • 8. Format flexibility Omit sections that do not pertain to your study.
  • 9. Rich-text editor Edit your documents with a “MS Word – like” editor
  • 10. Insert standard language Pre-approved IRB/Inst. language can be inserted into a consent document.
  • 11. Readability analysis The integrated readability tool identifies grade level and difficult words. Highlighted text is considered difficult to read.
  • 12. Word suggestions Difficult words and the suggested replacements are provided. Replacement is left to the author.
  • 13. Readability review Readability is assessed on a per-section basis.
  • 14. Print. Download. Done. Print or download your consent document to your computer once you are finished.
  • 15. For more info… Contact Brian Chamberlain at: b-chamberlain@northwestern.edu The system is still in development so feel free to send comments, suggestions, and/or feedback.

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