Informed Consent Form (ICF)
- Clear and concise ICFs, setting out information about a clinical trial and its conduct, are an essential step in gaining the patient’s written consent to participation in the trial.
- A well-prepared ICF is simple and concise, but needs to cover all the essential design elements and personal consequences of the trial, creating a clear ethical, and legal agreement between the patient and the clinical team.
- Trilogy’s clarity and plain language ensure that patients understand what is involved in the planned clinical trial, ensuring that key information is available as they consent to participation.
- Our extensive understanding of clinical trials, coupled with our balanced and objective presentation of benefits and risks, in lay terms, help to ensure that the patient is as well informed about the trial as possible.