Consenting the Vulnerable Population

  1.  
    Assessing potential subjects' capacity to consent and reassessing that capacity should take place when?
    A. Before potential subject is approached B. Ongoing basis C. During initial consent D. Never E. End of study
  2.  
    If the potential subject has a court-appointed guardian who makes medical decisions for the potential subject, who should consent for the potential subject?
    A. Guardian B. Legally Authorized Representative C. Subject D. Caregiver E. Power of Attorney
  3.  
    If the potential subject does not have a court-appointed guardian and the potential subject has consent capacity, who should consent for the potential subject?
    A. Subject B. Legally Authorized Representative C. Guardian D. Caregiver E. Power of Attorney
  4.  
    If the potential subject does not have consent capacity and does not have a court-appointed guardian, who should consent for the potential subject?
    A. Legally Authorized Representative B. Guardian C. Subject D. Ex-spouse E. Friend
  5.  
    A legally authorized representative must consent for the potential subject due to not having consent capacity? Who should be first considered?
    A. Health Care Representative B. Spouse C. Adult Child D. Parent E. Adult Sibling
  6.  
    The study team is expected to make and document how many attempts over at least 48 hours to contact the individual with the highest order of priority?
    A. 1 B. 2 C. 4 D. 5 E. 3
  7.  
    When should procedures stop when a subject's consent capacity changes after the initial consent is obtained?
    A. After study assessments are collected B. After next visit C. Immediately D. At the end of the study E. Never
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Consenting the Vulnerable Population (Answer Key)

  1.  
    Assessing potential subjects' capacity to consent and reassessing that capacity should take place when?
    A. Before potential subject is approached B. Ongoing basis C. During initial consent D. Never E. End of study
  2.  
    If the potential subject has a court-appointed guardian who makes medical decisions for the potential subject, who should consent for the potential subject?
    A. Guardian B. Legally Authorized Representative C. Subject D. Caregiver E. Power of Attorney
  3.  
    If the potential subject does not have a court-appointed guardian and the potential subject has consent capacity, who should consent for the potential subject?
    A. Subject B. Legally Authorized Representative C. Guardian D. Caregiver E. Power of Attorney
  4.  
    If the potential subject does not have consent capacity and does not have a court-appointed guardian, who should consent for the potential subject?
    A. Legally Authorized Representative B. Guardian C. Subject D. Ex-spouse E. Friend
  5.  
    A legally authorized representative must consent for the potential subject due to not having consent capacity? Who should be first considered?
    A. Health Care Representative B. Spouse C. Adult Child D. Parent E. Adult Sibling
  6.  
    The study team is expected to make and document how many attempts over at least 48 hours to contact the individual with the highest order of priority?
    A. 1 B. 2 C. 4 D. 5 E. 3
  7.  
    When should procedures stop when a subject's consent capacity changes after the initial consent is obtained?
    A. After study assessments are collected B. After next visit C. Immediately D. At the end of the study E. Never

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