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Jodyn Platt

Jodyn Platt is an Assistant Professor of Learning Health Sciences trained in medical sociology and health policy. Her research currently focuses on informed consent in cancer and genomic studies, and the Ethical, Legal, and Social Implications (ELSI) of public health genetics, newborn screening, and learning health systems. She is interested in understanding what makes learning health systems trusted and the pathways for earning, achieving, and sustaining trust using qualitative and survey methods.

What Makes Informed Consent Informative? Patient, Caregiver, And Provider Perspectives

“Sign on the dotted line.” We practice signatures for a variety of day-to-day activities. We sign receipts to approve a transfer of funds; greeting cards to show personal support; notes to permit our children to leave school early. In healthcare […]