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Informed consent problems never seem to go away. In fact informed consent lawsuits are on the rise.
That’s why FDAnews has invited a legal expert to explain informed consent ― in simple English that anyone can relate to. You’ll discover:
Lawyer Mark Rodgers, an expert on legal issues in life sciences and healthcare, demonstrates how to perform successful risk assessments of your informed consent documents. You’ll learn how plaintiff’s lawyers think and the issues they might sue over ... best practices to protect yourself and patients ... practical precautions that reduce your liability long before a clinical trial begins.
This fact-packed 90-minute Encore presentation is the perfect learning vehicle for busy professionals. You can attend from the privacy of your desk, listen to the presentation and ask questions by email. And you can count on getting answers by the time you log off.
Even better, use a conference room and invite your colleagues and staff. As many personnel may listen as you want, for one low registration fee. Just make sure all are at the same company location.
Mark Rodgers is a member of The Rogers Law Firm's healthcare, corporate and international practice groups, specializing in life sciences, healthcare and corporate contractual matters, regulatory compliance, and fraud and abuse investigations. He has published and lectured extensively on legal issues in the life sciences and healthcare industries, and is co-editor of The Boston Health Law Reporter.
|Date:||Nov. 23 – Dec. 11, 2009|
|Location:||Your office or conference room (no need to travel!)|
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