Year Published: 2022
Time to Complete: 15 minutes
Course Type: Self-paced Online
Instructor: Cheryl London, DVM, CTSA One Health Alliance (COHA)
Learning Level: Fundamental
Primary Audience: PIs, research coordinators, research nurses, other study team members
Skills Domain: Ethical and Participant Safety Considerations
This course provides an overview of best practices for obtaining informed consent in clinical research with client owned animals (veterinary patients). Through this course, learners will review the essential elements that should be considered when putting together a consent form. These include readability, discussion of risks and benefits, other options for care, and the inclusion of a study calendar. Learners will also consider methods for ensuring that animal owners have ample opportunity to review trial requirements and ask questions. Obtaining consent under unique circumstances, like emergencies and in the remote setting, will also be reviewed.
By the end of this training, you will be able to:
This course was developed with funding from a Clinical and Translational Science Award One Health Alliance pilot grant.
|2023 Course: Open January 1 through December 31||Online||Self-paced course||This Course is Free|