Consent Language Does Affect Your Ability to Share Data/Specimens

February 8, 2018 - 10:00am to 11:00am


Jean Barone, Director, Human Research Protection Office
Melissa Miklos, Associate Director, Human Research Protection Office

Learn about the Do’s and Don’ts when creating your consent document. Words do matter and too often restrictive wording and promises to destroy the data/specimen are included in the consent. This presentation will be discuss best practices and address the following topics:

  • Consent Language to Include and Avoid
  • Defining Data
  • Data Use Agreements and Consent verification
  • Current vs Past consent language
  • Genomic Data Sharing

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Directions and Parking Information

RCCO Learning Resource Center, Room 305
Hieber Building, 3500 Fifth Avenue