Dynamic consent is an approach to informed consent that engages individuals in decisions about how their personal information should be used. It is a personalised, digital communication interface that enables two-way communication between participants and researchers, and puts participants at the centre of decision making. It is a practical example of how software can be developed to give research participants control over how their data is used.
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