Improving the guidelines for Informed Consent

i-Consent, funded by the European Union H2020 programme, aims to improve the information that patients receive from clinical studies. Within the project, a series of guidelines to improve Informed Consent process will be created, including vulnerable populations, under a gender perspective and relying on ICT tools.


Science and gender equality are both vital for development, yet today full and equal access to research is a privilege of the few. This problem affects women and girls to a greater extent who have been traditionally pushed away from certain fields.  Women and girls...

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Workshop: A step closer to improving Informed Consent

i-CONSENT presents the draft guidelines to main stakeholders in Brussels i-CONSENT has reached the second stage of the project. The draft guidelines for improving the Informed Consent Process are now finished and next step is its revision. The recommendations...

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Prof. Barbara Prainsack, Kings College London, visited today #iCONSENT's @UniLUMSA team in Rome to discuss new #strategies for increasing participation of patients from diverse cultural and religious backgrounds in #clinicaltrials. Engaging discussion!

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i-CONSENT in Numbers

From 2017 to 2020


Million EU Funding


Years Duration

What is informed Consent?