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"Everything is theoretically impossible, until it is done."
R. A. Heinlein

DECISION Deliverable Reports

D6.3 Public engagement strategy to design DECISION along with the need of patients (PDF | 928 KB)

The goal of this policy is to provide a framework of public engagement in research in DECISION to align this project with the Responsible Research and Innovation (RRI) framework.

D6.4 Codes of conduct applicable and research integrity policy including publications in journals (PDF | 581 KB)

This document is an analysis of the current codes of good conduct published by each member of the DECISION project: Here, we discuss what is included in the DECISION partners’ code of conduct, any references to national or international guidelines, how easily accessible the relevant information is from the home page and the general usefulness of the document for the members of the institutions themselves and the public.

D6.7 Checklist for participants to assure informed consent / other mechanisms for those unable to give a written consent (PDF | 335 KB)

This checklist is meant as an all-operative document the purpose of which is to facilitate the identification, compliance, and verification of the key aspects related to research involving potential participants, the uses of human biological samples, and/or personal data. It allows identifying ethical issues, but also methodological aspects, legal requirements and the societal impact of the research projects.

D6.7 Checklist for participants to assure informed consent / other mechanisms for those unable to give a written consent – Version for use (DOCX | 52 KB)

D7.4 First patient and layman event (PDF | 1,22 MB)

‘Therapies for acute decompensation of cirrhosis and ACLF, research needs and outlook.’ Under this title, on June 9, 2021, an event was organized dedicated to patients focused on DECISION, MICROB-PREDICT, and A-TANGO, medical research project.