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Published on Aug 24, 2010
In this Office for Human Research Protections (OHRP) video, all of the characters are fictional. This presentation takes part in two scenes. In the first scene an investigator meets with an expert to go over some issues for obtaining legally effective informed consent from potential subjects with schizophrenia before submitting her protocol to the IRB. These issues include determining capacity to consent, using a legally authorized representative, and meeting the regulatory requirements for the process of informed consent. In the second scene, Dr. Presley obtains appropriate informed consent from a potential subject, Mr. Smith, who has the capacity to consent.
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