Examining the readability of patient-informed consent forms

@inproceedings{Terblanche2010ExaminingTR,
  title={Examining the readability of patient-informed consent forms},
  author={Marli Terblanche and Lesley Jean Burgess},
  year={2010}
}
Correspondence: Marli Terblanche Room 41, Department of Cardiology, 8th Floor, Tygerberg Hospital, Parow 7500, South Africa Tel +27 21 931 7825 Fax + 27 21 933 3597 Email marli@treadresearch.com Primary objective: To investigate the readability of informed consent forms (ICF) used at TREAD Research, a private clinical trial research unit located in Tygerberg Hospital. Secondary objective: To assess if there is a difference in readability between therapeutic areas, as well as a difference in… CONTINUE READING
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