Assessing the Satisfaction of Citizens Using Teleconsent in Clinical Research Public Deposited

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  • Khairat, Saif
    • ORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0002-8992-2946
    • Affiliation: School of Nursing
  • Ottmar, Paige
    • Affiliation: Odum Institute for Research in Social Science
  • Welch, Brandon
    • Other Affiliation: Medical University of South Carolina
  • Newlin, Thomas
    • Affiliation: University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Graduate School, Professional Science Master's in Biomedical and Health Informatics
  • McCall, Terika
    • Affiliation: University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Graduate School, Professional Science Master's in Biomedical and Health Informatics
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  • Researchers tested the functionality, and evaluated the feasibility of a telemedicine software, Doxy.me, to complete informed teleconsent sessions remotely with prospective research participants. Twenty healthy volunteers completed a teleconsent session, and web survey assessing overall experience and satisfaction with the Doxy.me software. There was a statistically significant correlation found between age and mean response for the overall reaction category (r = 0.398, p = 0.091) and the systems capabilities category (r = 0.380, p = 0.099). Results suggested that younger users are more satisfied than older users with using teleconsent as a modality for informed consenting. This information will be used to improve the software design and functionality of the Doxy.me software to make the teleconsent experience as simple and intuitive as possible.
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  • Studies in health technology and informatics
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