Developed by the Sage Governance Team, the toolkit shares basic information and best practices for developing an effective consenting process.
The Privacy Toolkit provides biomedical researchers with a catalog of design tools and patterns to use for mHealth studies and allow users to learn more about data privacy and management.
The goal of developing a framework for cybersecurity informed consent is to help people understand the cybersecurity issues related to medical devices that can be connected to the internet.
Accelerating medical advancements using technologies like artificial intelligence is going to require everyone’s data. How do you regain enough trust in our digital neighborhood to make sharing private health data possible?
Use of E-Consent in Human Subjects Research: This is a recording of a webcast presentation to the Office for Human Research Protections (OHRP) on January 30, 2020, as part of their Lunch and Learn initiative to educate their staff.
What risks exist when companies carry so much consumer data? How can good practice and regulations mitigate these risks? Panelists discuss this during the Future of Health Summit 2019.
The Mobile Health App Developer Workshop took place at the New York Genome Center on Sept. 12, 2019. Sage Bionetworks hosted the workshop. This talk features Meg Doerr, of Sage Bionetworks, on the Elements of Informed Consent.
Learn from Megan Doerr, Principal Scientist, Governance, about Sage Bionetworks’ Elements of Informed Consent toolkit.
The goal of readability analysis is to make copy be understandable by the largest audience possible. This primer on readability can help you get started.
Sage Bionetworks has developed a novel multi-media approach to addressing transparency and comprehension within electronic informed consent (eConsent) for app-mediated research studies.