Does an interactive trust-enhanced electronic consent improve patient experiences when asked to share their health records for research? A randomized trial.

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Summary of "Does an interactive trust-enhanced electronic consent improve patient experiences when asked to share their health records for research? A randomized trial."

In the context of patient broad consent for future research uses of their identifiable health record data, we compare the effectiveness of interactive trust-enhanced e-consent, interactive-only e-consent, and standard e-consent (no interactivity, no trust enhancement).


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Name: Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association : JAMIA
ISSN: 1527-974X


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