Informed Consent Templates
Consent documents should be written using terms that potential participants
are likely to understand. The
NCCN Informed Consent Language Database may be used as a reference tool for defining medical terminology in plain language.
Institutional Informed Consent Boilerpalte Language
Note: If using sponsor's template informed consent, the above institutional
boilerplate language must be included in the form submitted to the IRB
Note: The above institutional boilerplate language is for use in developing
consent forms for studies reviewed by the National Caner Institute's
Short Form Consent Templates
Note: The use of the short form consent process and documents must be prospectively
approved by the IRB for a given study. See the document INFORMED CONSENT
GUIDANCE for more information.