At present there is a lack of evidence when and how informed consent should be performed in radiological healthcare. This problem plays a role in 1)interventional radiology, 2)diagnostic radiology, and 3)retrospective radiology research. So far, the issue of informed consent has only been discussed from the viewpoint of healthcare professionals, whereas the voice of the population has been completely ignored. Gaining knowledge of the population’s view about when and how informed consent should be performed in the above-mentioned settings, will enable the development of clinical guidelines, legal frameworks, standardize radiological procedures, and improve patient care. In this project we aim to map the general populations’ view on the need and contents of informed consent procedures in radiological healthcare. We will do so by implementing an experimental study in which we compare written vignettes to video vignettes allowing participants to more conveniently process the complex information relevant to informed consent.