Social Annotation Valence: The Impact on Online Informed Consent Beliefs and Behavior

Social Annotation Valence: The Impact on Online Informed Consent Beliefs and Behavior

Social Annotation Valence: The Impact on Online Informed Consent Beliefs and Behavior

Journals

  1. Karpinska-Krakowiak M, Modlinski A. Popularity of Branded Content in Social Media. Journal of Computer Information Systems 2020;60(4):309 View
  2. Skelton E, Drey N, Rutherford M, Ayers S, Malamateniou C. Electronic consenting for conducting research remotely: A review of current practice and key recommendations for using e-consenting. International Journal of Medical Informatics 2020;143:104271 View
  3. De Sutter E, Zaçe D, Boccia S, Di Pietro M, Geerts D, Borry P, Huys I. Implementation of Electronic Informed Consent in Biomedical Research and Stakeholders’ Perspectives: Systematic Review. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2020;22(10):e19129 View
  4. Müller S. Is there a civic duty to support medical AI development by sharing electronic health records?. BMC Medical Ethics 2022;23(1) View
  5. Yusof M, Teo C, Ng C. Electronic informed consent criteria for research ethics review: a scoping review. BMC Medical Ethics 2022;23(1) View
  6. Kassam I, Ilkina D, Kemp J, Roble H, Carter-Langford A, Shen N. Patient Perspectives and Preferences for Consent in the Digital Health Context: State-of-the-art Literature Review. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2023;25:e42507 View
  7. Cummins M, Soni H, Ivanova J, Ong T, Barrera J, Wilczewski H, Welch B, Bunnell B. Narrative review of telemedicine applications in decentralized research. Journal of Clinical and Translational Science 2024:1 View

Books/Policy Documents

  1. Salmons J. The Ethics of Online Research. View
  2. Senders J, Maher N, Hulsbergen A, Lamba N, Bredenoord A, Broekman M. Ethics of Innovation in Neurosurgery. View