Challenge #11 The person who signed the consent is a resident physician. What to do?

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Challenge #11 The person who signed the consent is a resident physician. What to do?

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A.michel
A.michel
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Bonjour

Merci d’avoir souligné le fait que si un co-investigateur n’est pas médecin et qu’il signe un consentement il s’agit d’une violation des BPCs (4.8.3).

Toutefois, je pense qu’il serait bon de rappeler que pour les RIPH2 cela ne s’applique pas car l’investigateur principal n’est pas obligatoirement médecin…et même s’il l’était, il peut designer un co-investigateur non médecin.

merci pour le post