Testing Communications On Medical Devices and Radiation-Emitting Products

OMB 0910-0678

OMB 0910-0678

This generic ICR collects information through a variety of research methods for developing and testing communications involving medical devices and radiation-emitting products that are regulated by FDA. The information will be used to assess the need for communications on specific topics and to assist in the development and modification of communication messages to promote public health and compliance with regulations. FDA creates and uses a variety of media, including print, broadcast, and electronic formats to communicate with the public and health professionals about the risks and benefits of regulated products. To ensure that such health communication messages have the highest potential to be received, understood, and accepted by those for whom they are intended, FDA will conduct research and studies relating to the control and prevention of disease. This type of research involves (1) assessing audience knowledge, attitudes, behaviors and other characteristics for the planning/development of health messages, communication strategies, and public information programs; (2) testing these health messages, strategies, and program components while they are in developmental form to assess audience comprehension, reactions, and perceptions; and (3) evaluating the final communication products to determine the effectiveness of the messages and distribution methods.

The latest form for Testing Communications On Medical Devices and Radiation-Emitting Products expires 2023-04-30 and can be found here.

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