This task can also be performed from the Study Consents grid of the patient detail window. See Removing a Scanned Consent Form (Study Enrollment Window).

To remove a patient's scanned consent form from the database:

1. Open the Edit Study Enrollment Data, Consents and Consent Forms window for the patient's enrollment in the study. See Viewing/Editing a Patient's Enrollment in a Study for instructions on how to do this.

2. Click on the consent form you want to remove from the current enrollment in the Consent Forms grid on the window. The selected row will be highlighted in yellow.

The consent form will be identified by the date it was uploaded into the database in the Consent Forms grid. For instructions on how to view the uploaded image (to make sure it is the correct one) before deleting it, see Viewing a Previously Uploaded Consent Form.

3. Click on the — button above the grid. Show me the button. A dialog will open asking you to confirm that you really want to delete the consent form.

4. Click Yes to confirm that you want to delete the consent form. The dialog will close and the selected consent form will be removed from the grid.

If you change your mind and decide that you really don't want to remove the consent form from the patient enrollment, click No and the dialog will close without any changes occurring in the database.

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