The eConsent Implementation Guide created and published by EUCROF’s eClinical Forum Electronic Informed Consent Joint Task Force has been shortlisted as a finalist in the Innovation award category at the TOPRA Awards.

Published in 2021, the guide aims to break down barriers to implementing eConsent processes in early phase research. It illustrates the efficiencies these advanced, electronic ways of working can provide to CROs, sponsors and regulators, and the benefits to volunteers. 

The pandemic emphasised the importance of discovering new, virtual processes and considers the practical implications of eConsent for all stakeholders.

Richmond Pharmacology has been actively involved in EUCROF, the European CRO Federation since its inception. Providing expert insight into medical research, the practical aspects of regulation and helping to shape the future of clinical trial industry. 

We look forward to the winner being announced during the in-person ceremony on 18th November 2021.  

You can read the guide here – eConsent Implementation Guide

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