amp;#8221; - Do sponsors and/or investigators need to obtain approval for informed consent documents with the new statement - Why and How?
What does ICD stand for?
ICD stands for Informed Consent Document
This definition appears frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Science, medicine, engineering, etc.
- Organizations, NGOs, schools, universities, etc.
See other definitions of ICD
We have 305 other meanings of ICD in our Acronym Attic
- In-Circuit Debugger
- In-Custody Death (law enforcement)
- Indian Creek Designs
- Industrial Cooperation Division (US Navy)
- Industrial Council for Development
- Industry Council for Development (UK)
- Infection a Clostridium Difficile (bacterial infection)
- Inflow Control Device (oil production)
- Information and Communication Department (various organizations)
- InFoScore Consumer Data (German credit information company)
- Infrastructure Coordination Division (US FEMA)
- Inheritance Contractual Dependency
- Initial Capabilities Document
- Initial Communications Deception
- Initial Conceptual Design
- Initial Consonant Deletion (language)
- Injuries and Causes of Death
- Inland Clearance Depot
- Inland Container Depot
Samples in periodicals archive:
Ethically and legally, the language used to discuss informed consent and the informed consent document must be one that participants choose and feel comfortable with rather than insisting on their home language.
Similarly, informed consent documents have become longer, more complex, exhaustive, and exhausting without clearly promoting subjects' understanding.
Informed consent documents should be reviewed in depth to see the understandability of the document from a participant's point of view and also its translation into the local languages.
For one thing, in countries where many participants are illiterate, written informed consent documents are inappropriate.
Many physicians can point to the informed consent document and show that it was provided and signed; yet, verifying a document was signed and ensuring that a patient understood the material are two vastly different acts.