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Clarifying “Exceptions” and “Departures”: How to Identify, Track, and Report

Date: January 30, 2018
Authors: Alice Huang, PhD, CPIA, Elizabeth Meek, DVM, MPH, Richelle Scales, CPIA
Description: Identifying, tracking, and accurately reporting "exceptions" and "departures" from the Guide for the Care and Use of Laboratory Animals and the USDA Animal Welfare Act Regulations presents a challenges for IACUCs. It can be difficult to keep track of which terms and rules apply to which situations. This webinar helps to clarify these common areas of confusion, by defining the similarities and differences between the OLAW and USDA terminology and requirements and outlining scenarios.

Time: 1-2 Hours

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Clarifying “Exceptions” and “Departures”: How to Identify, Track, and Report

Date: January 30, 2018
Authors: Alice Huang, PhD, CPIA, Elizabeth Meek, DVM, MPH, Richelle Scales, CPIA
Description: Identifying, tracking, and accurately reporting "exceptions" and "departures" from the Guide for the Care and Use of Laboratory Animals and the USDA Animal Welfare Act Regulations presents a challenges for IACUCs. It can be difficult to keep track of which terms and rules apply to which situations. This webinar helps to clarify these common areas of confusion, by defining the similarities and differences between the OLAW and USDA terminology and requirements and outlining scenarios.

Time: 1-2 Hours

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Electronic Informed Consent: Ethical, Regulatory, and Practical Implications

Date: March 7, 2017
Authors: Cheryl Grandinetti, PharmD, Christian Simon, PhD
Description: In recent years, there has been increased interest in and greater use of electronic methods of informed consent (eIC) in research. IRBs and investigators need understand the regulations from the FDA and OHRP, address challenges of eIC, and be prepared to take advantage of its potential benefits.

Time: 1-2 Hours

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Electronic Informed Consent: Ethical, Regulatory, and Practical Implications

Date: March 7, 2017
Authors: Cheryl Grandinetti, PharmD, Christian Simon, PhD
Description: In recent years, there has been increased interest in and greater use of electronic methods of informed consent (eIC) in research. IRBs and investigators need understand the regulations from the FDA and OHRP, address challenges of eIC, and be prepared to take advantage of its potential benefits.

Time: 1-2 Hours

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EU General Data Protection Regulations: What US Research Institutions Need to Know

Date: April 25, 2018
Authors: Nick Wallace, JD
Description: On May 25, 2018, the European Union (EU) General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) went into effect in the EU/EEA. This webinar will provide an introduction to the potential application of the GDPR to the US-based research community; implications for individuals and institutions to which the GDPR applies, including issues regarding data subject consent; and recommended steps.

Time: 1-2 Hours

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EU General Data Protection Regulations: What US Research Institutions Need to Know

Date: April 25, 2018
Authors: Nick Wallace, JD
Description: On May 25, 2018, the European Union (EU) General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) went into effect in the EU/EEA. This webinar will provide an introduction to the potential application of the GDPR to the US-based research community; implications for individuals and institutions to which the GDPR applies, including issues regarding data subject consent; and recommended steps.

Time: 1-2 Hours

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Introduction to Medical Device Research and Making the Risk Determination

Date: June 17, 2009
Authors: Fabienne Santel, Marian Serge

Time: 1-2 Hours

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Introduction to Medical Device Research and Making the Risk Determination

Date: June 17, 2009
Authors: Fabienne Santel, Marian Serge

Time: 1-2 Hours

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Introduction to Research Misconduct for IACUC, IRB, and IBC Professionals

Date: May 17, 2017
Authors: Kathy Partin, Jim Kroll
Description: It is essential that research and oversight professionals understand how to recognize and report misconduct, and be aware of what investigations by various regulatory agencies can entail. This webinar will help professionals who work in both human subjects protections and animal care and use understand their role in the context of research misconduct.

Time: 1-2 Hours

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Introduction to Research Misconduct for IACUC, IRB, and IBC Professionals

Date: May 17, 2017
Authors: Kathy Partin, Jim Kroll
Description: It is essential that research and oversight professionals understand how to recognize and report misconduct, and be aware of what investigations by various regulatory agencies can entail. This webinar will help professionals who work in both human subjects protections and animal care and use understand their role in the context of research misconduct.

Time: 1-2 Hours

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IRB Review of mHealth Research

Date: December 2, 2015
Authors: Jeremy Block, PhD, MPP, and John Wilbanks

Time: 1-2 Hours

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IRB Review of mHealth Research

Date: December 2, 2015
Authors: Jeremy Block, PhD, MPP, and John Wilbanks

Time: 1-2 Hours

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SBER Across Borders: IRB Considerations and Cases for International Studies

Date: February 20, 2018
Authors: John R. Baumann, PhD, Kelly O’Keefe, MPH
Description: IRBs and ethics committees that review research conducted in international settings face particular challenges, as the reviewing IRB must possess adequate knowledge of laws and regulations in the country where the research is taking place, as well as the cultural norms of that area. This webinar provides guidance on regulatory requirements, mitigating risks, and best practices for IRB policies, and offers case studies that focus on common challenges in international SBER.

Time: 1-2 Hours

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SBER Across Borders: IRB Considerations and Cases for International Studies

Date: February 20, 2018
Authors: John R. Baumann, PhD, Kelly O’Keefe, MPH
Description: IRBs and ethics committees that review research conducted in international settings face particular challenges, as the reviewing IRB must possess adequate knowledge of laws and regulations in the country where the research is taking place, as well as the cultural norms of that area. This webinar provides guidance on regulatory requirements, mitigating risks, and best practices for IRB policies, and offers case studies that focus on common challenges in international SBER.

Time: 1-2 Hours

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Social Media as a Research Recruitment Tool: Ethical Considerations and Guidelines for IRBs

Date: February 23, 2017
Authors: Luke Gelinas, PhD, Laura Odwazny, JD, MA
Description: The use of social media for research recruitment is increasing, but there are novel ethical considerations that go along with it. This webinar looks at the norms and regulations of working in this new context.

Time: 1-2 Hours

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Social Media as a Research Recruitment Tool: Ethical Considerations and Guidelines for IRBs

Date: February 23, 2017
Authors: Luke Gelinas, PhD, Laura Odwazny, JD, MA
Description: The use of social media for research recruitment is increasing, but there are novel ethical considerations that go along with it. This webinar looks at the norms and regulations of working in this new context.

Time: 1-2 Hours

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Suicidal Individuals in Research: Ethical and Safety Considerations

Date: October 17, 2017
Authors: Galia Siegel, PhD, Barbara Stanley, PhD
Description: Including suicidal or potentially suicidal individuals in clinical research can advance suicide prevention efforts, but researchers and IRBs may tend to exclude these individuals from studies to avoid potential risks. However, it is important that suicidal individuals are not excluded from research unnecessarily. This webinar will summarizes the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) guidance for conducting research with subjects at elevated risk of suicide, focusing on the relevant areas for IRBs.

Time: 1-2 Hours

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Suicidal Individuals in Research: Ethical and Safety Considerations

Date: October 17, 2017
Authors: Galia Siegel, PhD, Barbara Stanley, PhD
Description: Including suicidal or potentially suicidal individuals in clinical research can advance suicide prevention efforts, but researchers and IRBs may tend to exclude these individuals from studies to avoid potential risks. However, it is important that suicidal individuals are not excluded from research unnecessarily. This webinar will summarizes the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) guidance for conducting research with subjects at elevated risk of suicide, focusing on the relevant areas for IRBs.

Time: 1-2 Hours

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Adopting and Retiring Research Animals: Best Practices and Lived Experiences

Date: November 7, 2019

Authors: Lyndon J Goodly, DVM, DACLAM, MS; Eric K. Hutchinson, DVM, DACLAM

Description: Many institutions have well-established practices pertaining to adoption/retirement of research animals. As legislative efforts at the federal and state levels increasingly make such practices mandatory, it’s in the interest of research institutions to proactively create and improve their adoption/retirement programs. Such programs enable institutions to maintain control of their own practices, gain public trust, and provide alternatives for healthy post-study animals that meet institutional adoption/retirement criteria.

Time: 1.25 hours

CE: Webinar participants holding the CPIA credential may apply 1.25 continuing education credits towards recertification

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Adopting and Retiring Research Animals: Best Practices and Lived Experiences

Date: November 7, 2019

Authors: Lyndon J Goodly, DVM, DACLAM, MS; Eric K. Hutchinson, DVM, DACLAM

Description: Many institutions have well-established practices pertaining to adoption/retirement of research animals. As legislative efforts at the federal and state levels increasingly make such practices mandatory, it’s in the interest of research institutions to proactively create and improve their adoption/retirement programs. Such programs enable institutions to maintain control of their own practices, gain public trust, and provide alternatives for healthy post-study animals that meet institutional adoption/retirement criteria.

Time: 1.25 hours

CE: Webinar participants holding the CPIA credential may apply 1.25 continuing education credits towards recertification

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Advanced Noncompliance Scenarios for IACUCs: Laboratory Animals and Wildlife

Date: June 20, 2019

Authors: Stacy Pritt, DVM, MS, MBA, CPIA, CHRC, DACAW; Tracy Thompson, DVM

Description: IACUCs may struggle with how to identify noncompliance, how and when to report, and what approaches are best to correct and prevent noncompliance in the future. This is especially true for non-typical research, such as activities involving wildlife. This webinar will briefly review the current standards and guidance while presenting interactive scenarios to assist IACUCs in navigating the challenges associated with identifying, investigating, reporting, correcting, and preventing future noncompliance at their institution, whether in the lab or in the field. 

Time: 1.25 hours

CE: Webinar participants holding the CPIA credential may apply 1.25 continuing education credits towards recertification

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Advanced Noncompliance Scenarios for IACUCs: Laboratory Animals and Wildlife

Date: June 20, 2019

Authors: Stacy Pritt, DVM, MS, MBA, CPIA, CHRC, DACAW; Tracy Thompson, DVM

Description: IACUCs may struggle with how to identify noncompliance, how and when to report, and what approaches are best to correct and prevent noncompliance in the future. This is especially true for non-typical research, such as activities involving wildlife. This webinar will briefly review the current standards and guidance while presenting interactive scenarios to assist IACUCs in navigating the challenges associated with identifying, investigating, reporting, correcting, and preventing future noncompliance at their institution, whether in the lab or in the field. 

Time: 1.25 hours

CE: Webinar participants holding the CPIA credential may apply 1.25 continuing education credits towards recertification

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Agricultural Research with Farm Animals: IACUC Scenarios and Considerations

Date: January 30, 2020

Authors: Juliette Hanson; Dr. Susan B. Harper

Description: Agricultural research involving farm animals can present interesting challenges for defining appropriate environmental and housing conditions, assessing potential pain and distress animals may experience, and identifying potential hazards that can impact the safety of both animals and personnel. During this webinar, speakers will review scenarios that demonstrate some of the challenges encountered during the review of research involving agricultural animals.

Time: 1.25 hours

CE: Webinar participants holding the CPIA credential may apply 1.25 continuing education credits towards recertification

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Agricultural Research with Farm Animals: IACUC Scenarios and Considerations

Date: January 30, 2020

Authors: Juliette Hanson; Dr. Susan B. Harper

Description: Agricultural research involving farm animals can present interesting challenges for defining appropriate environmental and housing conditions, assessing potential pain and distress animals may experience, and identifying potential hazards that can impact the safety of both animals and personnel. During this webinar, speakers will review scenarios that demonstrate some of the challenges encountered during the review of research involving agricultural animals.

Time: 1.25 hours

CE: Webinar participants holding the CPIA credential may apply 1.25 continuing education credits towards recertification

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Aligning SOPs and New Electronic Systems for a Successful Implementation

Date: September 13, 2018
Authors: Paul Accardi, CPIA, Nancy A. Olson, JD
Description: Transitioning to a new electronic system requires a lot of time, money, and infrastructure, and it’s essential that institutions conduct a concurrent review and revision of existing policies and standard operating procedures (SOPs) during a transition. The presenters of this webinar, n animal program operations manager and an HRPP director, address important considerations for animal care and use and human subjects protections professionals who are switching to new electronic systems for research review.

Time: 1-2 Hours

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Aligning SOPs and New Electronic Systems for a Successful Implementation

Date: September 13, 2018
Authors: Paul Accardi, CPIA, Nancy A. Olson, JD
Description: Transitioning to a new electronic system requires a lot of time, money, and infrastructure, and it’s essential that institutions conduct a concurrent review and revision of existing policies and standard operating procedures (SOPs) during a transition. The presenters of this webinar, n animal program operations manager and an HRPP director, address important considerations for animal care and use and human subjects protections professionals who are switching to new electronic systems for research review.

Time: 1-2 Hours

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Assessing and Mitigating Risk in SBER

Date: March 20, 2019

Authors: Amy Ben-Arieh, JD, MPH; Lara Sloboda, PhD

Description: The risks associated with social, behavioral, and educational research (SBER) are often hard to identify, inconsistent, subjective, and unpredictable. Even the most experienced reviewers struggle with identifying and quantifying the potential harms. During this webinar, speakers will provide foundational knowledge and strategies for identifying, assessing, and mitigating SBER risks. Using illustrative case studies from diverse areas of SBER, speakers will discuss how SBER methods and context may exacerbate subject vulnerabilities, and suggest ways to tease out the risks these studies introduce. Once identified, they will explore practical application of common mitigation strategies, preparing attendees to carefully tailor guidance for researchers and IRBs.

Time: 1.25 hours

CE: Webinar participants holding the CIP credential may apply 1.25 continuing education credits towards recertification

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Assessing and Mitigating Risk in SBER

Date: March 20, 2019

Authors: Amy Ben-Arieh, JD, MPH; Lara Sloboda, PhD

Description: The risks associated with social, behavioral, and educational research (SBER) are often hard to identify, inconsistent, subjective, and unpredictable. Even the most experienced reviewers struggle with identifying and quantifying the potential harms. During this webinar, speakers will provide foundational knowledge and strategies for identifying, assessing, and mitigating SBER risks. Using illustrative case studies from diverse areas of SBER, speakers will discuss how SBER methods and context may exacerbate subject vulnerabilities, and suggest ways to tease out the risks these studies introduce. Once identified, they will explore practical application of common mitigation strategies, preparing attendees to carefully tailor guidance for researchers and IRBs.

Time: 1.25 hours

CE: Webinar participants holding the CIP credential may apply 1.25 continuing education credits towards recertification

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Building an Exceptional Animal Care and Use Program Through Engaged Leaders and Continuous Improvement

Date: April 18, 2018
Authors: Christina Savidge, BS-Animal Science LATG, Sally Thompson-Iritani, DVM, PhD, CPIA
Description: An exceptional animal care and use program actively balances science, animal welfare, and compliance. During this webinar, the speakers provide a framework for building a strong animal care and use program or strengthening an established program, including the four important features of an effective program, and the key elements to foster a culture of care.

Time: 1-2 Hours

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Building an Exceptional Animal Care and Use Program Through Engaged Leaders and Continuous Improvement

Date: April 18, 2018
Authors: Christina Savidge, BS-Animal Science LATG, Sally Thompson-Iritani, DVM, PhD, CPIA
Description: An exceptional animal care and use program actively balances science, animal welfare, and compliance. During this webinar, the speakers provide a framework for building a strong animal care and use program or strengthening an established program, including the four important features of an effective program, and the key elements to foster a culture of care.

Time: 1-2 Hours

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Capacity to Consent to Research: Assessing and Improving your HRPP’s Strategy

Date: January 18, 2018
Authors: Tamyra Armbrust, CIP, Courtney Jarboe, MA, MS, CIP
Description: When research subjects’ capacity to consent is absent, diminished, or fluctuating, additional consent safeguards and support may be required by the IRB. IRBs are required to provide additional protection; however, the regulations are generally silent on the specifics of what this involves.This advanced-level webinar lays out policies and procedures to enhance protections for these vulnerable subjects.

Time: 1-2 Hours

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Capacity to Consent to Research: Assessing and Improving your HRPP’s Strategy

Date: January 18, 2018
Authors: Tamyra Armbrust, CIP, Courtney Jarboe, MA, MS, CIP
Description: When research subjects’ capacity to consent is absent, diminished, or fluctuating, additional consent safeguards and support may be required by the IRB. IRBs are required to provide additional protection; however, the regulations are generally silent on the specifics of what this involves.This advanced-level webinar lays out policies and procedures to enhance protections for these vulnerable subjects.

Time: 1-2 Hours

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Compassion in Science: The Benefits of Caring and the IACUC’s Role

Date: September 10, 2019

Author: J. Preston Van Hooser, BS

Description: Laboratory animal professionals may struggle to balance the compassion they feel for the animals in their care with the scientific imperatives that require the use of animals in research, which can lead to compassion fatigue (CF). CF can lead to increased illness, high turnover, and low morale in the workplace, negatively impacting the program overall. By encouraging “healthy compassion,” institutional leaders can foster a strong animal welfare program that also optimizes scientific advancements. Through avenues such as semiannual inspections, training, and advocating for animal caregivers, IACUCs can support programs and tools that build resiliency among laboratory animal professionals.

Time: 1.25 hours

CE: Webinar participants holding the CPIA credential may apply 1.25 continuing education credits towards recertification

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Compassion in Science: The Benefits of Caring and the IACUC’s Role

Date: September 10, 2019

Author: J. Preston Van Hooser, BS

Description: Laboratory animal professionals may struggle to balance the compassion they feel for the animals in their care with the scientific imperatives that require the use of animals in research, which can lead to compassion fatigue (CF). CF can lead to increased illness, high turnover, and low morale in the workplace, negatively impacting the program overall. By encouraging “healthy compassion,” institutional leaders can foster a strong animal welfare program that also optimizes scientific advancements. Through avenues such as semiannual inspections, training, and advocating for animal caregivers, IACUCs can support programs and tools that build resiliency among laboratory animal professionals.

Time: 1.25 hours

CE: Webinar participants holding the CPIA credential may apply 1.25 continuing education credits towards recertification

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Compensation or Inducement? What IRBs Need to Know about Paying Subjects for Participation

Date: April 12, 2017
Authors: Alex John London, PhD, Elizabeth Ripley, MD, MS, RAC
Description: The practice of offering payment to study subjects in order to achieve recruitment goals is controversial. Ethicists disagree on what is appropriate, and want to avoid inducing someone to participate against their better judgement. This webinar outlines the regulations, ethical questions, and best practices for IRBs to consider.

Time: 1-2 Hours

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Compensation or Inducement? What IRBs Need to Know about Paying Subjects for Participation

Date: April 12, 2017
Authors: Alex John London, PhD, Elizabeth Ripley, MD, MS, RAC
Description: The practice of offering payment to study subjects in order to achieve recruitment goals is controversial. Ethicists disagree on what is appropriate, and want to avoid inducing someone to participate against their better judgement. This webinar outlines the regulations, ethical questions, and best practices for IRBs to consider.

Time: 1-2 Hours

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Complexity in Clinical Trial Design: A Primer on Adaptive and Platform Trials

Date: June 18, 2020

Author: Luke Gelinas, PhD, MA; Marianne Kearney Chase

Description: In recent years, the demand for creative approaches to drug development has increased. Trials in which key components are modified during the course of the study, and in response to information accrued within the trial, may be described under a number of terms—including as adaptive, umbrella, and platform trials. During this webinar, speakers will define key terms, explore ethical and regulatory challenges, and provide strategies and examples to bridge the gap between IRBs and researchers in understanding adaptive trial designs.

Time: 1.25 hours

CE: Webinar participants holding the CIP credential may apply 1.25 continuing education credit towards recertification

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Complexity in Clinical Trial Design: A Primer on Adaptive and Platform Trials

Date: June 18, 2020

Author: Luke Gelinas, PhD, MA; Marianne Kearney Chase

Description: In recent years, the demand for creative approaches to drug development has increased. Trials in which key components are modified during the course of the study, and in response to information accrued within the trial, may be described under a number of terms—including as adaptive, umbrella, and platform trials. During this webinar, speakers will define key terms, explore ethical and regulatory challenges, and provide strategies and examples to bridge the gap between IRBs and researchers in understanding adaptive trial designs.

Time: 1.25 hours

CE: Webinar participants holding the CIP credential may apply 1.25 continuing education credit towards recertification

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COVID-19: How HRPPs are Preparing and Responding—A Discussion Forum

Date: December 5, 2019

Authors: Bruce G. Gordon, MD; Martha F. Jones, MA, CIP; Megan Kasimatis Singleton, JD, MBE, CIP; Michele Russell-Einhorn, JD

Description: The COVID-19 pandemic is impacting human subjects research in unprecedented ways. This forum will provide an opportunity to hear from HRPP leaders representing universities, academic health care systems, and an independent IRB on the key issues and strategies HRPPs should be considering and implementing in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Time: 1.5 hours

This webinar is free to all. Click here to access the webinar recording.

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COVID-19: How HRPPs are Preparing and Responding—A Discussion Forum

Date: December 5, 2019

Authors: Bruce G. Gordon, MD; Martha F. Jones, MA, CIP; Megan Kasimatis Singleton, JD, MBE, CIP; Michele Russell-Einhorn, JD

Description: The COVID-19 pandemic is impacting human subjects research in unprecedented ways. This forum will provide an opportunity to hear from HRPP leaders representing universities, academic health care systems, and an independent IRB on the key issues and strategies HRPPs should be considering and implementing in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Time: 1.5 hours

This webinar is free to all. Click here to access the webinar recording.

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Data and Safety Monitoring: Advanced Issues and Case Studies

Date: July 12, 2017
Authors: Stephen Davis, MPA, MSW, Susan Ellenberg, PhD
Description: Data and safety monitoring boards (DSMBs) and IRBs are two distinct but related committees concerned with the ethical and safe conduct of research. How can DSMBs, IRBs, investigators, and sponsors work together to ensure scientific integrity and subject safety? This webinar expands on foundational knowledge in the module Data and Safety Monitoring in Human Subjects Research, part of CITI Program's Biomedical Basic course.

Time: 1-2 Hours

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Data and Safety Monitoring: Advanced Issues and Case Studies

Date: July 12, 2017
Authors: Stephen Davis, MPA, MSW, Susan Ellenberg, PhD
Description: Data and safety monitoring boards (DSMBs) and IRBs are two distinct but related committees concerned with the ethical and safe conduct of research. How can DSMBs, IRBs, investigators, and sponsors work together to ensure scientific integrity and subject safety? This webinar expands on foundational knowledge in the module Data and Safety Monitoring in Human Subjects Research, part of CITI Program's Biomedical Basic course.

Time: 1-2 Hours

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Data Sharing in SBER: Balancing Transparency and Human Research Protections

Date: May 1, 2019

Authors: Dessislava (Dessi) Kirilova, MA; Kathleen Murphy, PhD, CIP

Description: Enthusiasm for data sharing and research transparency is increasing across the social sciences, and the long-standing mandate to minimize risks for human subjects in research has begun to overlap with this newer scholarly imperative. IRBs are a critical player in this realm; often, an IRB’s recommendations on a social science research protocol will determine whether or not the data obtained through the study may be shared in the future. During this webinar, speakers will provide knowledge and strategies for IRBs to help their institution’s social scientists approach data sharing in an ethical and responsible manner.

Time: 1.25 hours

CE: Webinar participants holding the CIP credential may apply 1.25 continuing education credits towards recertification

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Data Sharing in SBER: Balancing Transparency and Human Research Protections

Date: May 1, 2019

Authors: Dessislava (Dessi) Kirilova, MA; Kathleen Murphy, PhD, CIP

Description: Enthusiasm for data sharing and research transparency is increasing across the social sciences, and the long-standing mandate to minimize risks for human subjects in research has begun to overlap with this newer scholarly imperative. IRBs are a critical player in this realm; often, an IRB’s recommendations on a social science research protocol will determine whether or not the data obtained through the study may be shared in the future. During this webinar, speakers will provide knowledge and strategies for IRBs to help their institution’s social scientists approach data sharing in an ethical and responsible manner.

Time: 1.25 hours

CE: Webinar participants holding the CIP credential may apply 1.25 continuing education credits towards recertification

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Digital Health Technology and Human Subjects Research: What IRBs Need to Know

Date: February 8, 2018
Authors: Jeremy Block, PhD, MPP, Jennifer S. Geetter, Esq.
Description: Advances in digital health applications, tools, and technologies are occurring rapidly and are developed by companies that may lack a strong foundation in health care norms. In addition, many of these technologies may not be subject to FDA oversight. This webinar provides strategies to help IRBs assess the new technology's suitability to protect the data, privacy, and confidentiality of research subjects.

Time: 1-2 Hours

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Digital Health Technology and Human Subjects Research: What IRBs Need to Know

Date: February 8, 2018
Authors: Jeremy Block, PhD, MPP, Jennifer S. Geetter, Esq.
Description: Advances in digital health applications, tools, and technologies are occurring rapidly and are developed by companies that may lack a strong foundation in health care norms. In addition, many of these technologies may not be subject to FDA oversight. This webinar provides strategies to help IRBs assess the new technology's suitability to protect the data, privacy, and confidentiality of research subjects.

Time: 1-2 Hours

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Early Feasibility Studies for Investigational Devices: Facilitating Innovation While Protecting Subjects

Date: March 22, 2017
Authors: Andrew Farb, MD
Description: Early feasibility studies (EFS), or clinical evaluations of devices in the early stage of testing, are increasing in prevalence in the US, so IRBs need to become familiar with the regulations associated with them. The level of uncertainy in these studies creates a challenge for the IRB, so this webinar aims to provide guidance and best practices when dealing with an EFS.

Time: 1-2 Hours

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Early Feasibility Studies for Investigational Devices: Facilitating Innovation While Protecting Subjects

Date: March 22, 2017
Authors: Andrew Farb, MD
Description: Early feasibility studies (EFS), or clinical evaluations of devices in the early stage of testing, are increasing in prevalence in the US, so IRBs need to become familiar with the regulations associated with them. The level of uncertainy in these studies creates a challenge for the IRB, so this webinar aims to provide guidance and best practices when dealing with an EFS.

Time: 1-2 Hours

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Every Day with Every Interaction: Deepening the IACUC’s Understanding of Positive Reinforcement Training

Date: April 17, 2019

Authors: Kelly Morrisroe

Description: Every day and with every interaction, animals learn how to respond to the people in their research environment. Positive reinforcement training (PRT) techniques can improve animals’ level of compliance with research tasks, as well as their physiological response to their environment. PRT reduces the need for coercive methods of handling and improves animal welfare for all species. It’s critical that IACUC members have a working knowledge of classical and operant conditioning in order to critically assess research proposals to ensure that the protocols include appropriate PRT.

Time: 1.25 hours

CE: Webinar participants holding the CPIA credential may apply 1.25 continuing education credits towards recertification

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Every Day with Every Interaction: Deepening the IACUC’s Understanding of Positive Reinforcement Training

Date: April 17, 2019

Authors: Kelly Morrisroe

Description: Every day and with every interaction, animals learn how to respond to the people in their research environment. Positive reinforcement training (PRT) techniques can improve animals’ level of compliance with research tasks, as well as their physiological response to their environment. PRT reduces the need for coercive methods of handling and improves animal welfare for all species. It’s critical that IACUC members have a working knowledge of classical and operant conditioning in order to critically assess research proposals to ensure that the protocols include appropriate PRT.

Time: 1.25 hours

CE: Webinar participants holding the CPIA credential may apply 1.25 continuing education credits towards recertification

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Expectation vs. Reality: Reporting Obligations to the IRB

Date: June 5, 2019

Authors: Linda Coleman, JD; Mitchell Parrish, JD, RAC, CIP

Description: Understanding which events to report to the IRB is an ongoing challenge for researchers and IRBs alike. Institutional policies and procedures vary widely, which can further complicate the reporting process. Using real-world scenarios and data, as well as instructive diagrams and charts, speakers will clarify common areas of confusion when it comes to reporting unanticipated problems, adverse events, and safety-related information to the IRB and the institution.

Time: 1.25 hours

CE: Webinar participants holding the CIP credential may apply 1.25 continuing education credits towards recertification

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Expectation vs. Reality: Reporting Obligations to the IRB

Date: June 5, 2019

Authors: Linda Coleman, JD; Mitchell Parrish, JD, RAC, CIP

Description: Understanding which events to report to the IRB is an ongoing challenge for researchers and IRBs alike. Institutional policies and procedures vary widely, which can further complicate the reporting process. Using real-world scenarios and data, as well as instructive diagrams and charts, speakers will clarify common areas of confusion when it comes to reporting unanticipated problems, adverse events, and safety-related information to the IRB and the institution.

Time: 1.25 hours

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Exploring and Enhancing Diversity for IACUCs and IRBs

Date: May 23, 2018

Authors: Duke Morrow, MDiv, DMin, Donna Matthews Jarrell, DVM, DACLAM

Description: IACUCs and IRBs should comprise skilled and knowledgeable individuals committed to the goal of ensuring ethical conduct of research. While most institutions have a diversity policy or program, the focus is often on demographic characteristics. This webinar provides information and strategies for IACUCs and IRBs to help them expand the definition of diversity and understand how it can strengthen the committee's ability to carry out its mission.

Time: 1.5 hours

CE: Webinar participants holding the CPIA credential may apply 1.5 continuing education credits towards recertification

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Exploring and Enhancing Diversity for IACUCs and IRBs

Date: May 23, 2018

Authors: Duke Morrow, MDiv, DMin, Donna Matthews Jarrell, DVM, DACLAM

Description: IACUCs and IRBs should comprise skilled and knowledgeable individuals committed to the goal of ensuring ethical conduct of research. While most institutions have a diversity policy or program, the focus is often on demographic characteristics. This webinar provides information and strategies for IACUCs and IRBs to help them expand the definition of diversity and understand how it can strengthen the committee's ability to carry out its mission.

Time: 1.5 hours

CE: Webinar participants holding the CPIA credential may apply 1.5 continuing education credits towards recertification

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Focus on the Revised Common Rule: Biospecimens and Identifiable Private Information

Date: June 15, 2017

Authors: Karen Christianson, RN, BSN, CCRP and Paula McAllister, PhD, CIP

Description: Part of the Focus on the Revised Common Rule webinar series.

Time: 1.5 hours

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Focus on the Revised Common Rule: Biospecimens and Identifiable Private Information

Date: June 15, 2017

Authors: Karen Christianson, RN, BSN, CCRP and Paula McAllister, PhD, CIP

Description: Part of the Focus on the Revised Common Rule webinar series.

Time: 1.5 hours

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Focus on the Revised Common Rule: Exemption Categories and Select Types of Review

Date: June 8, 2017

Authors: Karen Christianson, RN, BSN, CCRP and Paula McAllister, PhD, CIP

Description: Part of the Focus on the Revised Common Rule webinar series.

Time: 1.5 hours

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Focus on the Revised Common Rule: Exemption Categories and Select Types of Review

Date: June 8, 2017

Authors: Karen Christianson, RN, BSN, CCRP and Paula McAllister, PhD, CIP

Description: Part of the Focus on the Revised Common Rule webinar series.

Time: 1.5 hours

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Focus on the Revised Common Rule: Implications for Social, Behavioral, and Educational Research

Date: June 22, 2017

Authors: Elizabeth Buchanan, PhD and Jeffrey Cohen, PhD, CIP

Description: Part of the Focus on the Revised Common Rule webinar series.

Time: 1.5 hours

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Focus on the Revised Common Rule: Implications for Social, Behavioral, and Educational Research

Date: June 22, 2017

Authors: Elizabeth Buchanan, PhD and Jeffrey Cohen, PhD, CIP

Description: Part of the Focus on the Revised Common Rule webinar series.

Time: 1.5 hours

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Focus on the Revised Common Rule: Informed Consent

Date: June 1, 2017

Authors: Jeremy Corsmo, MPH, CIP, CHRC and Paula McAllister, PhD, CIP

Description: Part of the Focus on the Revised Common Rule webinar series.

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Focus on the Revised Common Rule: Informed Consent

Date: June 1, 2017

Authors: Jeremy Corsmo, MPH, CIP, CHRC and Paula McAllister, PhD, CIP

Description: Part of the Focus on the Revised Common Rule webinar series.

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Forward-Looking Strategies for IRBs in the Genomic Age: Preparing for Shifting Concepts of Identifiability

Date: May 10, 2018

Authors: Jiayan Chen, JD, Suzanne Rivera, PhD, MSW

Description: Breakthroughs in genomics research and technology hold the potential for significant scientificand societal benefit. The ability to share vast amounts of genomic information has disrupted traditional notions of identifiability and have introduced new considerations for IRBs, researchers, and research subjects. This webinar offers a framework to help IRBs adapt to the shifting landscape of genomics research.

Time: 1.5 Hours

CE: Webinar participants holding the CIP credential may apply 1.5 continuing education credits towards recertification

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Forward-Looking Strategies for IRBs in the Genomic Age: Preparing for Shifting Concepts of Identifiability

Date: May 10, 2018

Authors: Jiayan Chen, JD, Suzanne Rivera, PhD, MSW

Description: Breakthroughs in genomics research and technology hold the potential for significant scientificand societal benefit. The ability to share vast amounts of genomic information has disrupted traditional notions of identifiability and have introduced new considerations for IRBs, researchers, and research subjects. This webinar offers a framework to help IRBs adapt to the shifting landscape of genomics research.

Time: 1.5 Hours

CE: Webinar participants holding the CIP credential may apply 1.5 continuing education credits towards recertification

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Governance, Trust, and Culture: Strengthening Tribal-Academic Research Partnerships

Date: October 10, 2018

Authors: Yvette Roubideaux, MD, MPH; Julie Lucero, PhD, MPH

Description: Partnerships between American Indian/Alaska Native (AI/AN) tribal nations and academic research institutions have the potential to be mutually beneficial and long-lasting, and to contribute to tribal sovereignty and research sustainability. he National Congress of American Indians (NCAI) Policy Research Center and the University of Nevada, Reno recently partnered to develop a research-based toolkit, Holding Space: A Guide for Partners in Tribal Research, to share informed practices for meaningful tribal-academic research partnerships. This framework can help inform and improve many aspects of community-based research, including IRB review of research with AI/AN tribal nations.

Time: 1.5 hours

CE: Webinar participants holding the CIP credential may apply 1.5 continuing education credits towards recertification

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Governance, Trust, and Culture: Strengthening Tribal-Academic Research Partnerships

Date: October 10, 2018

Authors: Yvette Roubideaux, MD, MPH; Julie Lucero, PhD, MPH

Description: Partnerships between American Indian/Alaska Native (AI/AN) tribal nations and academic research institutions have the potential to be mutually beneficial and long-lasting, and to contribute to tribal sovereignty and research sustainability. he National Congress of American Indians (NCAI) Policy Research Center and the University of Nevada, Reno recently partnered to develop a research-based toolkit, Holding Space: A Guide for Partners in Tribal Research, to share informed practices for meaningful tribal-academic research partnerships. This framework can help inform and improve many aspects of community-based research, including IRB review of research with AI/AN tribal nations.

Time: 1.5 hours

CE: Webinar participants holding the CIP credential may apply 1.5 continuing education credits towards recertification

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Health Literacy: Fostering Comprehension in Research and Clinical Care

Date: October 1, 2015
Authors: Cynthia Baur, Laurie Myers, Walter L. Straus

Time: 1-2 Hours

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Health Literacy: Fostering Comprehension in Research and Clinical Care

Date: October 1, 2015
Authors: Cynthia Baur, Laurie Myers, Walter L. Straus

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IRB Review of Research Involving Prisoners: Foundational Frameworks and Present Challenges

Date: February 20, 2020

Authors: Sarah Archibald, PhD; Jessica Rowe, MA, MS, CCRP

Description: Prisoners who participate in research are considered a vulnerable population and are afforded additional protections under subpart C of HHS regulations, 45 CFR 46. It’s critical that IRB members understand the historical and ethical basis of the regulations in order to make informed decisions around the challenges and gray areas associated with including individuals who are, or have been, incarcerated in today’s research context. During this webinar, speakers will provide an ethical, regulatory, and historical foundation regarding research involving prisioners.

Time: 1.25 hours

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IRB Review of Research Involving Prisoners: Foundational Frameworks and Present Challenges

Date: February 20, 2020

Authors: Sarah Archibald, PhD; Jessica Rowe, MA, MS, CCRP

Description: Prisoners who participate in research are considered a vulnerable population and are afforded additional protections under subpart C of HHS regulations, 45 CFR 46. It’s critical that IRB members understand the historical and ethical basis of the regulations in order to make informed decisions around the challenges and gray areas associated with including individuals who are, or have been, incarcerated in today’s research context. During this webinar, speakers will provide an ethical, regulatory, and historical foundation regarding research involving prisioners.

Time: 1.25 hours

CE: Webinar participants holding the CIP credential may apply 1.25 continuing education credits towards recertification

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IRBs and Research Ethics Consultation Services: An Emerging Resource and Opportunity for Collaboration

Date: April 23, 2019

Authors: Kathryn M. Porter, JD, MPH; Benjamin S. Wilfond, MD

Description: The principal source of ethical review for human subjects research has traditionally been the IRB. For a variety of reasons, increasing numbers of institutions are developing research ethics consultation services to provide guidance to investigators, study teams, research subjects, and IRBs about ethical issues arising in particular research studies. The presence of an additional source of ethics input and guidance raises important questions about the relationships between these ethics consultation services and IRBs. During this webinar, speakers will address such questions and more.

Time: 1.25 hours

CE: Webinar participants holding the CIP credential may apply 1.25 continuing education credits towards recertification

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IRBs and Research Ethics Consultation Services: An Emerging Resource and Opportunity for Collaboration

Date: April 23, 2019

Authors: Kathryn M. Porter, JD, MPH; Benjamin S. Wilfond, MD

Description: The principal source of ethical review for human subjects research has traditionally been the IRB. For a variety of reasons, increasing numbers of institutions are developing research ethics consultation services to provide guidance to investigators, study teams, research subjects, and IRBs about ethical issues arising in particular research studies. The presence of an additional source of ethics input and guidance raises important questions about the relationships between these ethics consultation services and IRBs. During this webinar, speakers will address such questions and more.

Time: 1.25 hours

CE: Webinar participants holding the CIP credential may apply 1.25 continuing education credits towards recertification

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Is This Public or Private? Determining Review Requirements for Research Conducted Online and In-Person

Date: January 16, 2020

Authors: Danielle Griffin; Cheri Pettey

Description: Determining whether a behavior or activity is considered “public” or “private”—whether online or in-person—poses ethical and operational dilemmas for IRBs and researchers. Expectations around the right to privacy and perceptions of public spaces or behaviors may differ among individuals and cultures. What factors help determine whether something is public or private? Do IRBs and researchers ever have an obligation to disclose that research is occurring in what some might consider the public domain? During this webinar, speakers will explore the ethical issues surrounding these questions as well as related IRB determinations, considerations, informed consent requirements, HRPP policies, and more.

Time: 1.25 hours

CE: Webinar participants holding the CIP credential may apply 1.25 continuing education credits towards recertification

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Is This Public or Private? Determining Review Requirements for Research Conducted Online and In-Person

Date: January 16, 2020

Authors: Danielle Griffin; Cheri Pettey

Description: Determining whether a behavior or activity is considered “public” or “private”—whether online or in-person—poses ethical and operational dilemmas for IRBs and researchers. Expectations around the right to privacy and perceptions of public spaces or behaviors may differ among individuals and cultures. What factors help determine whether something is public or private? Do IRBs and researchers ever have an obligation to disclose that research is occurring in what some might consider the public domain? During this webinar, speakers will explore the ethical issues surrounding these questions as well as related IRB determinations, considerations, informed consent requirements, HRPP policies, and more.

Time: 1.25 hours

CE: Webinar participants holding the CIP credential may apply 1.25 continuing education credits towards recertification

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Meaningful Metrics: How HRPPs Can Use Their Data Effectively

Date: April 14, 2020

Author: Kim Serpico, MEd, CIP, EdD Candidate

Description: HRPPs generate an abundance of performance data and metrics. When used effectively, this information can help HRPPs meet programmatic and institutional goals, and improve the HRPP overall. Metrics, however, must be grounded in human insight; a deep awareness and understanding of the system that produced the data is necessary in order to leverage analytics for future action or improvement. This webinar will present case examples and actionable strategies for wise data use.

Time: 1 hour

CE: Webinar participants holding the CIP credential may apply 1 continuing education credit towards recertification

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Meaningful Metrics: How HRPPs Can Use Their Data Effectively

Date: April 14, 2020

Author: Kim Serpico, MEd, CIP, EdD Candidate

Description: HRPPs generate an abundance of performance data and metrics. When used effectively, this information can help HRPPs meet programmatic and institutional goals, and improve the HRPP overall. Metrics, however, must be grounded in human insight; a deep awareness and understanding of the system that produced the data is necessary in order to leverage analytics for future action or improvement. This webinar will present case examples and actionable strategies for wise data use.

Time: 1 hour

CE: Webinar participants holding the CIP credential may apply 1 continuing education credit towards recertification

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Mouse Anesthesia for IACUCs and Researchers

Date: September 20, 2017

Authors: Jim Marx, DVM, PhD, DACLAM

Description: Because of their small size, administering and monitoring anesthesia in mice presents many challenges not seen with other species. This webinar, presented by a veterinarian whose research focuses on improving the care of mice in biomedical research, will teach the fundamentals of mouse anesthesia to researchers and IACUC staff who may not be familiar with anesthesiology.

Time: 1 hour

CE: Webinar participants holding the CPIA credential may apply 1 continuing education credit towards recertification.

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Mouse Anesthesia for IACUCs and Researchers

Date: September 20, 2017

Authors: Jim Marx, DVM, PhD, DACLAM

Description: Because of their small size, administering and monitoring anesthesia in mice presents many challenges not seen with other species. This webinar, presented by a veterinarian whose research focuses on improving the care of mice in biomedical research, will teach the fundamentals of mouse anesthesia to researchers and IACUC staff who may not be familiar with anesthesiology.

Time: 1 hour

CE: Webinar participants holding the CPIA credential may apply 1 continuing education credit towards recertification.

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Navigating the New Reliance Agreement Landscape

Date: July 12, 2016
Authors: Emily Chi Fogler, Tracy Ziolek
Description: Recent policies indicate a shift to a regulatory and funding landscape requiring single IRB review of multisite research. How can institutions and IRBs prevent problems and address the challenges that may arise from reliance arrangements?

Time: 1-2 Hours

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Navigating the New Reliance Agreement Landscape

Date: July 12, 2016
Authors: Emily Chi Fogler, Tracy Ziolek
Description: Recent policies indicate a shift to a regulatory and funding landscape requiring single IRB review of multisite research. How can institutions and IRBs prevent problems and address the challenges that may arise from reliance arrangements?

Time: 1-2 Hours

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Pediatric Risk Determination: IRB Considerations and Cases

Date: September 18, 2019

Authors: Rich Gorman, MD; Donna L. Snyder, MD

Description: When assessing risk for pediatric studies, an IRB must evaluate all procedures and interventions against four categories of research. To make this determination properly, the IRB has to decide on two inconsistently defined concepts: 1) is there prospect of direct benefit? Or 2) does the research present minimal risk or a minor increase over minimal risk? During this webinar, speakers will address such questions and more.

Time: 1.25 hours

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Pediatric Risk Determination: IRB Considerations and Cases

Date: September 18, 2019

Authors: Rich Gorman, MD; Donna L. Snyder, MD

Description: When assessing risk for pediatric studies, an IRB must evaluate all procedures and interventions against four categories of research. To make this determination properly, the IRB has to decide on two inconsistently defined concepts: 1) is there prospect of direct benefit? Or 2) does the research present minimal risk or a minor increase over minimal risk? During this webinar, speakers will address such questions and more.

Time: 1.25 hours

CE: Webinar participants holding the CIP credential may apply 1.25 continuing education credits towards recertification

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Postapproval Monitoring as a Strategy for Animal Care and Use Program Improvement

Date: December 5, 2018

Authors: David Cannon, CPIA; Sandy Wilkins, LVT, CPIA, RLATG

Description: Since postapproval monitoring (PAM) validates that research is being carried out in the manner that was originally approved by the IACUC, many institutions employ PAM as a self-auditing mechanism to check on compliance. A well-run PAM program, however, can also lead to improved animal welfare, science, and collaboration among departments in the animal care and use program. During this webinar, speakers will provide operational strategies for conducting PAM within a framework where PAM benefits institutional culture and program performance as a whole.

Time: 1.5 hours

CE: Webinar participants holding the CPIA credential may apply 1.5 continuing education credits towards recertification

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Postapproval Monitoring as a Strategy for Animal Care and Use Program Improvement

Date: December 5, 2018

Authors: David Cannon, CPIA; Sandy Wilkins, LVT, CPIA, RLATG

Description: Since postapproval monitoring (PAM) validates that research is being carried out in the manner that was originally approved by the IACUC, many institutions employ PAM as a self-auditing mechanism to check on compliance. A well-run PAM program, however, can also lead to improved animal welfare, science, and collaboration among departments in the animal care and use program. During this webinar, speakers will provide operational strategies for conducting PAM within a framework where PAM benefits institutional culture and program performance as a whole.

Time: 1.5 hours

CE: Webinar participants holding the CPIA credential may apply 1.5 continuing education credits towards recertification

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Pre-Approval Access to Drugs in Development: Navigating the Changing Regulatory, Ethical, and Legal Landscape

Date: March 7, 2018
Authors: Richard Klein, Beth E. Roxland, JD, Mbioethics
Description: Expanded access, which is treatment access to experimental drugs (also referred to as "compassionate use" or "pre-approval access"), has increasingly sparked discussion and debate in recent years. Currently, US federal regulations allow manufacturers to provide investigational drugs to patients with serious diseases or conditions who have exhausted approved therapeutic options, and cannot participate in a clinical trial. IRBs review and approve expanded access protocols, so members need to stay current with legal and regulatory developments. This webinar provides an overview, of legislation, ethical issues, and the role of the IRB in expanded access.

Time: 1-2 Hours

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Pre-Approval Access to Drugs in Development: Navigating the Changing Regulatory, Ethical, and Legal Landscape

Date: March 7, 2018
Authors: Richard Klein, Beth E. Roxland, JD, Mbioethics
Description: Expanded access, which is treatment access to experimental drugs (also referred to as "compassionate use" or "pre-approval access"), has increasingly sparked discussion and debate in recent years. Currently, US federal regulations allow manufacturers to provide investigational drugs to patients with serious diseases or conditions who have exhausted approved therapeutic options, and cannot participate in a clinical trial. IRBs review and approve expanded access protocols, so members need to stay current with legal and regulatory developments. This webinar provides an overview, of legislation, ethical issues, and the role of the IRB in expanded access.

Time: 1-2 Hours

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Preserving a Role For Tribal Review of Research in the Context of Single IRB Policies

Date: September 20, 2016

Authors: Daniel J. Calac, Malia Villegas

Description: PRIM&R is pleased to present this complimentary webinar in collaboration with Northwest Indian College, which aims to provide recommendations for future guidance with regards to operationalizing the exceptions clause, and to reinforce the vital role local review plays in AI/AN research.

Time: 1.5 hours

CE: Webinar participants holding the CIP credential may apply 1.5 continuing education credits towards recertification

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Preserving a Role For Tribal Review of Research in the Context of Single IRB Policies

Date: September 20, 2016

Authors: Daniel J. Calac, Malia Villegas

Description: PRIM&R is pleased to present this complimentary webinar in collaboration with Northwest Indian College, which aims to provide recommendations for future guidance with regards to operationalizing the exceptions clause, and to reinforce the vital role local review plays in AI/AN research.

Time: 1.5 hours

CE: Webinar participants holding the CIP credential may apply 1.5 continuing education credits towards recertification

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PRIM&R’s Primer on the Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (NPRM)

Date: September 15, 2015
Authors: Heather H. Pierce, JD, MPH, and P. Pearl O’Rourke, MD

Time: 1-2 Hours

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PRIM&R’s Primer on the Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (NPRM)

Date: September 15, 2015
Authors: Heather H. Pierce, JD, MPH, and P. Pearl O’Rourke, MD

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The "P" in PCOR: IRB Oversight and the Role of the Patient

Date: July 16, 2015
Authors: Jeremy Block, Jeremy Corsmo

Time: 1-2 Hours

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The "P" in PCOR: IRB Oversight and the Role of the Patient

Date: July 16, 2015
Authors: Jeremy Block, Jeremy Corsmo

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Maximizing Benefits to Research with Human Subjects Through Data Sharing

Date: June 23, 2015
Authors: Stacey Donnelly, MPA, and Bernard Lo, MD

Time: 1-2 Hours

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Maximizing Benefits to Research with Human Subjects Through Data Sharing

Date: June 23, 2015
Authors: Stacey Donnelly, MPA, and Bernard Lo, MD

Time: 1-2 Hours

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FDA Oversight and IRB Review of Studies that Include In-Vitro Diagnostics

Date: May 14, 2015
Authors: Jonathan M. Green, E. David Litwack

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FDA Oversight and IRB Review of Studies that Include In-Vitro Diagnostics

Date: May 14, 2015
Authors: Jonathan M. Green, E. David Litwack

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Earning the CPIA Credential: Is It Right for You, Right Now?

Date: May 12, 2015
Authors: Deb Frolicher, Toni K. O’Connell

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Earning the CPIA Credential: Is It Right for You, Right Now?

Date: May 12, 2015
Authors: Deb Frolicher, Toni K. O’Connell

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Earning the CIP Credential: Is It Right for You, Right Now?

Date: May 6, 2015
Authors: Gregorio Lim, Ross A. HIckey

Time: 1-2 Hours

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Earning the CIP Credential: Is It Right for You, Right Now?

Date: May 6, 2015
Authors: Gregorio Lim, Ross A. HIckey

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Practical and Effective Approaches To Educate IRB Members

Date: April 7, 2015
Authors: Mina Busch and Scott Lipkin

Time: 1-2 Hours

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Practical and Effective Approaches To Educate IRB Members

Date: April 7, 2015
Authors: Mina Busch and Scott Lipkin

Time: 1-2 Hours

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Hot Topics in Online Survey Research: Subject Identification, Consent, and Risk

Date: March 12, 2015
Authors: Elizabeth Buchanan, B. R. Simon Rosser

Time: 1-2 Hours

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Hot Topics in Online Survey Research: Subject Identification, Consent, and Risk

Date: March 12, 2015
Authors: Elizabeth Buchanan, B. R. Simon Rosser

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Data Security Incidents: the Role of IRBs and Information Security

Date: February 26, 2015
Authors: Teresa Doksum, Sean Owen

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Data Security Incidents: the Role of IRBs and Information Security

Date: February 26, 2015
Authors: Teresa Doksum, Sean Owen

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Meeting the Challenges in Oversight of Wildlife Research

Date: February 12, 2015
Authors: Robert Sikes, John Bryan

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Meeting the Challenges in Oversight of Wildlife Research

Date: February 12, 2015
Authors: Robert Sikes, John Bryan

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Race-Based Medicine and Race-Based Research: Ethical Considerations for IRBs

Date: February 21, 2019

Authors: Michael Henderson, JD, LLM, MS; Kathleen Reeves, MD; Nicolle Strand, JD, MBioethics

Description: As genomics and personalized medicine advance, there is increased awareness that "race" is an inappropriate proxy for groups that may share a genetic background. However, proposals are still being submitted and approved at institutions across the country that assume that self-reported race correlates with biological/genetic difference. These studies are scientifically out-of-date, as genetic evidence reveals that the difference between races is smaller than differences among individuals of any particular race. Furthermore, such studies, even when conducted with the best intentions, risk perpetuating racist stereotypes, inappropriately influencing clinical medicine, and reinforcing inaccurate ideas about biology and race. Race is a social construct, not a biological.

Time: 1.25 hours

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Race-Based Medicine and Race-Based Research: Ethical Considerations for IRBs

Date: February 21, 2019

Authors: Michael Henderson, JD, LLM, MS; Kathleen Reeves, MD; Nicolle Strand, JD, MBioethics

Description: As genomics and personalized medicine advance, there is increased awareness that "race" is an inappropriate proxy for groups that may share a genetic background. However, proposals are still being submitted and approved at institutions across the country that assume that self-reported race correlates with biological/genetic difference. These studies are scientifically out-of-date, as genetic evidence reveals that the difference between races is smaller than differences among individuals of any particular race. Furthermore, such studies, even when conducted with the best intentions, risk perpetuating racist stereotypes, inappropriately influencing clinical medicine, and reinforcing inaccurate ideas about biology and race. Race is a social construct, not a biological.

Time: 1.25 hours

CE: Webinar participants holding the CIP credential may apply 1.25 continuing education credits towards recertification

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Real-World Approaches to Informed Consent under the Revised Common Rule

Date: October 23, 2019

Authors: Karen Blackwell, MS, CIP; Patrick Herbison, MEd, CIP; Ann Johnson, PhD, MPH

Description: How have we acclimated to the revised Common Rule’s implications for informed consent? Many institutions have incorporated the new requirement for a summary of key information to assist potential research subjects in understanding the reasons why they might or might not want to participate in a study. There is less clarity, however, around other items, including return of research results and future use of identifiable data and biospecimens. In lieu of official guidance, learning from one another is paramount. During this webinar, three panelists will share insights related to their institutional policies and procedures in this area.

Time: 1.25 hours

CE: Webinar participants holding the CIP credential may apply 1.25 continuing education credits towards recertification

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Real-World Approaches to Informed Consent under the Revised Common Rule

Date: October 23, 2019

Authors: Karen Blackwell, MS, CIP; Patrick Herbison, MEd, CIP; Ann Johnson, PhD, MPH

Description: How have we acclimated to the revised Common Rule’s implications for informed consent? Many institutions have incorporated the new requirement for a summary of key information to assist potential research subjects in understanding the reasons why they might or might not want to participate in a study. There is less clarity, however, around other items, including return of research results and future use of identifiable data and biospecimens. In lieu of official guidance, learning from one another is paramount. During this webinar, three panelists will share insights related to their institutional policies and procedures in this area.

Time: 1.25 hours

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Reducing Self-Imposed Regulatory Burden in Your Animal Care and Use Program

Date: September 22, 2016
Authors: John Bradfield, Jennifer Perkins
Description: Although stricter and more detailed policies may lead to increased compliance, they may also increase institutional costs without resulting in improved animal welfare. Weighing the costs and benefits of such practices is necessary in order to maintain an efficient and productive animal care and use program.

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Reducing Self-Imposed Regulatory Burden in Your Animal Care and Use Program

Date: September 22, 2016
Authors: John Bradfield, Jennifer Perkins
Description: Although stricter and more detailed policies may lead to increased compliance, they may also increase institutional costs without resulting in improved animal welfare. Weighing the costs and benefits of such practices is necessary in order to maintain an efficient and productive animal care and use program.

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Research with Aquatic Species: New Strategies to Improve Health and Welfare

Date: December 13, 2017
Authors: Victoria Braithwaite, DPhil
Description: The use of aquatic species is increasing in scientific research fields, and there are unique considerations when using these species. This webinars provides guidance on social housing and environmental enrichment for aquatic animals, as well as methods for minimizing their pain and distress.

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Research with Aquatic Species: New Strategies to Improve Health and Welfare

Date: December 13, 2017
Authors: Victoria Braithwaite, DPhil
Description: The use of aquatic species is increasing in scientific research fields, and there are unique considerations when using these species. This webinars provides guidance on social housing and environmental enrichment for aquatic animals, as well as methods for minimizing their pain and distress.

Time: 1-2 Hours

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Research with Children and Adolescents in Elementary and Secondary Schools

Date: February 14, 2017
Authors: Shannon Sewards, MA, CIP, Julie Slayton, PhD, JD
Description: Research conducted with students in elementary and secondary school settings presents specific considerations for IRBs and researchers. This webinar will address IRB considerations such as consent, level of risk, and particular challenging scenarios in the classroom.

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Research with Children and Adolescents in Elementary and Secondary Schools

Date: February 14, 2017
Authors: Shannon Sewards, MA, CIP, Julie Slayton, PhD, JD
Description: Research conducted with students in elementary and secondary school settings presents specific considerations for IRBs and researchers. This webinar will address IRB considerations such as consent, level of risk, and particular challenging scenarios in the classroom.

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Responsible Conduct of Research: What IRBs Need to Know

Date: October 25, 2018

Authors: Fariba Houman, PhD, CIP; Julie F. Simpson, PhD

Description: Integrity and the proper conduct of research are essential for the advancement of science and to maintain continued public trust in the research enterprise. While the US federal mandates concerning the Responsible Conduct of Research (RCR) primarily require institutions to provide training in specific topic areas, the movement to enhance integrity in research has grown worldwide. RCR principles are broad and provide scientists and scholars from every discipline with a framework of professional responsibilities. Many IRB professionals and members may not realize that “protection of human subjects” is one of the core RCR topics. What should you, as an IRB professional or IRB member, know about RCR, and how can you recognize and manage RCR issues to enhance and promote ethical research?

Time: 1 hour

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Responsible Conduct of Research: What IRBs Need to Know

Date: October 25, 2018

Authors: Fariba Houman, PhD, CIP; Julie F. Simpson, PhD

Description: Integrity and the proper conduct of research are essential for the advancement of science and to maintain continued public trust in the research enterprise. While the US federal mandates concerning the Responsible Conduct of Research (RCR) primarily require institutions to provide training in specific topic areas, the movement to enhance integrity in research has grown worldwide. RCR principles are broad and provide scientists and scholars from every discipline with a framework of professional responsibilities. Many IRB professionals and members may not realize that “protection of human subjects” is one of the core RCR topics. What should you, as an IRB professional or IRB member, know about RCR, and how can you recognize and manage RCR issues to enhance and promote ethical research?

Time: 1 hour

CE: Webinar participants holding the CIP credential may apply 1 continuing education credit towards recertification

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Return of Individual Research Results: the NASEM Report and the Role of the IRB

Date: October 3, 2018

Authors: Jeffrey Botkin, MD, MPH; Amy McGuire, JD, PhD

Description: Whether and how to return individual research results to subjects has been an ongoing area of uncertainty and controversy for investigators and research institutions. Often, experimental results are not validated, and disclosure could lead to harmful decisions on the part of the subject. Nevertheless, many subjects want and expect to receive their personal results after being involved in clinical research.

Time: 1 hour

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Return of Individual Research Results: the NASEM Report and the Role of the IRB

Date: October 3, 2018

Authors: Jeffrey Botkin, MD, MPH; Amy McGuire, JD, PhD

Description: Whether and how to return individual research results to subjects has been an ongoing area of uncertainty and controversy for investigators and research institutions. Often, experimental results are not validated, and disclosure could lead to harmful decisions on the part of the subject. Nevertheless, many subjects want and expect to receive their personal results after being involved in clinical research.

Time: 1 hour

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Studying Effectiveness: Ethical and Regulatory Considerations in Pragmatic Clinical Trials

Date: April 26, 2017
Authors: P. Pearl O’Rourke, MD, Jeremy Sugarman, MD, MPH
Description: Pragmatic clinical trials, which evaluate the effectiveness of interventions under real-life, routine practice conditions, present challenges in research design and raise perhaps more complex issues for IRBs than other kinds of studies. This webinar gives an overview of regulatory and ethical issues associated with these trials, and provides strategies for IRBs to implement.

Time: 1-2 Hours

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Studying Effectiveness: Ethical and Regulatory Considerations in Pragmatic Clinical Trials

Date: April 26, 2017
Authors: P. Pearl O’Rourke, MD, Jeremy Sugarman, MD, MPH
Description: Pragmatic clinical trials, which evaluate the effectiveness of interventions under real-life, routine practice conditions, present challenges in research design and raise perhaps more complex issues for IRBs than other kinds of studies. This webinar gives an overview of regulatory and ethical issues associated with these trials, and provides strategies for IRBs to implement.

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The Future of Internet Research: What We Can Learn from the Facebook Emotional Contagion Study

Date: October 30, 2014
Authors: Elizabeth Buchanan, Mary Gray, Christian Sandvig

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The Future of Internet Research: What We Can Learn from the Facebook Emotional Contagion Study

Date: October 30, 2014
Authors: Elizabeth Buchanan, Mary Gray, Christian Sandvig

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Community Engagement in International Research: Considerations for Ethics Review

Date: September 27, 2012

Authors: James Lavery, Katherine King

Description: 

An integral part of the institutional review board (IRB)  formula, the role of community member is also often misunderstood. During this webinar, faculty with a wide spectrum of experience came together to discuss the role, responsibilities, and experiences of community IRB members, with special emphasis made on enhancing community member participation.

Time: 1.5 hours

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Community Engagement in International Research: Considerations for Ethics Review

Date: September 27, 2012

Authors: James Lavery, Katherine King

Description: 

An integral part of the institutional review board (IRB)  formula, the role of community member is also often misunderstood. During this webinar, faculty with a wide spectrum of experience came together to discuss the role, responsibilities, and experiences of community IRB members, with special emphasis made on enhancing community member participation.

Time: 1.5 hours

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Anticipate and Communicate for IRBs: Ethical Management of Incidental and Secondary Findings

Date: October 7, 2014
Authors: Elizabeth Pike, Nicolle K. Strand

Time: 1-2 Hours

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Anticipate and Communicate for IRBs: Ethical Management of Incidental and Secondary Findings

Date: October 7, 2014
Authors: Elizabeth Pike, Nicolle K. Strand

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IRB Administration: Providing Stellar Support to your IRB

Date: September 23, 2014
Authors: Maria Arnold, Megan Kasimatis Singleton

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IRB Administration: Providing Stellar Support to your IRB

Date: September 23, 2014
Authors: Maria Arnold, Megan Kasimatis Singleton

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Laboratory Animal Enrichment: Bridging Compliance with Science

Date: September 17, 2014
Authors: Genevieve Andrews-Kelly

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Laboratory Animal Enrichment: Bridging Compliance with Science

Date: September 17, 2014
Authors: Genevieve Andrews-Kelly

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Reviewing Student Research: Best Practices and Future Directions

Date: July 10, 2014
Authors: Amy King, J. Michael Oakes

Time: 1-2 Hours

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Reviewing Student Research: Best Practices and Future Directions

Date: July 10, 2014
Authors: Amy King, J. Michael Oakes

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Complex Protocols: Digging Deeper to Better Protect Human Subjects

Date: June 24, 2014
Authors: Lori Roesch

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Complex Protocols: Digging Deeper to Better Protect Human Subjects

Date: June 24, 2014
Authors: Lori Roesch

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Working Through Conflict: Helping IRB Staff Communicate More Effectively with Investigators

Date: May 22, 2014
Authors: Helen Panageas and Suzanne Rivera

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Working Through Conflict: Helping IRB Staff Communicate More Effectively with Investigators

Date: May 22, 2014
Authors: Helen Panageas and Suzanne Rivera

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Making Your Alternatives Searches More Valuable

Date: May 15, 2014
Authors: Tim Allen and Joanne Zurlo

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Making Your Alternatives Searches More Valuable

Date: May 15, 2014
Authors: Tim Allen and Joanne Zurlo

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Central IRBs: Models, Logistics, and Implications

Date: April 15, 2014
Authors: Emily Chi Fogler, Elizabeth Hohmann, P. Pearl O'Rourke

Time: 1-2 Hours

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Central IRBs: Models, Logistics, and Implications

Date: April 15, 2014
Authors: Emily Chi Fogler, Elizabeth Hohmann, P. Pearl O'Rourke

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Practicing Good Science Through Ethical Study Design

Date: March 19, 2014
Authors: Susan S. Fish

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Practicing Good Science Through Ethical Study Design

Date: March 19, 2014
Authors: Susan S. Fish

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Best Practices for Assessing Risk in Social and Behavioral Research

Date: February 12, 2014
Authors: Jeffrey Cohen

Time: 1-2 Hours

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Best Practices for Assessing Risk in Social and Behavioral Research

Date: February 12, 2014
Authors: Jeffrey Cohen

Time: 1-2 Hours

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Investigator-Initiated Device Studies: How IRBs Can Help Researchers Work with the FDA

Date: January 30, 2014
Authors: Owen Faris, Soma Kalb, Matthew Wladkowski

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Investigator-Initiated Device Studies: How IRBs Can Help Researchers Work with the FDA

Date: January 30, 2014
Authors: Owen Faris, Soma Kalb, Matthew Wladkowski

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AVMA Guidelines for the Euthanasia of Animals: Key Changes in 2013

Date: November 12, 2013
Authors: Samuel Cartner, Michael Huerkamp

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AVMA Guidelines for the Euthanasia of Animals: Key Changes in 2013

Date: November 12, 2013
Authors: Samuel Cartner, Michael Huerkamp

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Protecting Human Subjects in Qualitative Research

Date: October 24, 2013
Authors: Julie Simpson

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Protecting Human Subjects in Qualitative Research

Date: October 24, 2013
Authors: Julie Simpson

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Doing More with Less: Best IRB Practices for Institutions with Small Research Programs

Date: September 18, 2013
Authors: Scott Lipkin, Lori Roesch

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Doing More with Less: Best IRB Practices for Institutions with Small Research Programs

Date: September 18, 2013
Authors: Scott Lipkin, Lori Roesch

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Overcoming Obstacles to Research with Pregnant Women

Date: June 19, 2013
Authors: Maggie Little, Katherine Wisner

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Overcoming Obstacles to Research with Pregnant Women

Date: June 19, 2013
Authors: Maggie Little, Katherine Wisner

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Convergence of Biomedical and Social/Behavioral Research: Implications for IRBs and Investigators

Date: June 11, 2013
Authors: Monika Markowitz, J. Michael Oakes

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Convergence of Biomedical and Social/Behavioral Research: Implications for IRBs and Investigators

Date: June 11, 2013
Authors: Monika Markowitz, J. Michael Oakes

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Career Paths: Advancing in Animal Care and Use Professions

Date: May 16, 2013
Authors: Michael Fallon, Bruce Kennedy, Natalie Mays

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Career Paths: Advancing in Animal Care and Use Professions

Date: May 16, 2013
Authors: Michael Fallon, Bruce Kennedy, Natalie Mays

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Career Paths: Advancing in IRB Administration

Date: May 9, 2013
Authors: Eric Allen, Claire Dunne, Melissa Epstein

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Career Paths: Advancing in IRB Administration

Date: May 9, 2013
Authors: Eric Allen, Claire Dunne, Melissa Epstein

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QA/QI: Study Review from Conception to Completion

Date: April 25, 2013
Authors: Kristen Burt, Eunice Yim Newbert

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QA/QI: Study Review from Conception to Completion

Date: April 25, 2013
Authors: Kristen Burt, Eunice Yim Newbert

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Online Research, Social Media, and the IRB: Assessing Ethics, Norms, and Risk

Date: March 12, 2013
Authors: Elizabeth Buchanan, Joseph Konstan

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Online Research, Social Media, and the IRB: Assessing Ethics, Norms, and Risk

Date: March 12, 2013
Authors: Elizabeth Buchanan, Joseph Konstan

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PRIM&R's Primer on the HIPAA/HITECH Act Omnibus Final Rule

Date: March 4, 2013
Authors: Emily Chi Fogler, Jennifer Geetter

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PRIM&R's Primer on the HIPAA/HITECH Act Omnibus Final Rule

Date: March 4, 2013
Authors: Emily Chi Fogler, Jennifer Geetter

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Key Decision Points: Is it Research Involving Human Subjects? Is it Exempt? Is IRB Review Required?

Date: February 28, 2013
Authors: Karen Hale, Daniel Nelson

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Key Decision Points: Is it Research Involving Human Subjects? Is it Exempt? Is IRB Review Required?

Date: February 28, 2013
Authors: Karen Hale, Daniel Nelson

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Ethics, Scientific Merit Review, and Harm-Benefit Analysis in Animal Research

Date: January 30, 2013
Authors: Jerry Collins, Ernest Prentice

Time: 1-2 Hours

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Ethics, Scientific Merit Review, and Harm-Benefit Analysis in Animal Research

Date: January 30, 2013
Authors: Jerry Collins, Ernest Prentice

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Including Children in Research: Stakeholder Perspectives, Ethical Challenges, and IRB Strategies

Date: November 13, 2012
Authors: Victoria Pemberton, Yoram Unguru

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Including Children in Research: Stakeholder Perspectives, Ethical Challenges, and IRB Strategies

Date: November 13, 2012
Authors: Victoria Pemberton, Yoram Unguru

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Update from the Department of Justice

Date: October 25, 2012
Authors: Patrick Clark, Cheryl Crawford Watson

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Update from the Department of Justice

Date: October 25, 2012
Authors: Patrick Clark, Cheryl Crawford Watson

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Research Involving "Edge" Populations: Ethical and Regulatory Considerations

Date: October 18, 2012

Authors: Cynthia Gómez, Julia Gorey

Description: There are many ethical considerations for research studies involving “edge” populations, and this program will provide an investigator perspective as well as the regulatory angle on research with subjects who are homeless, substance abusers, and/or HIV-positive. Cynthia Gómez, PhD, discussed a multi-site study with HIV-positive participants and the work of the research team to ensure protection and sensitivity to issues, while the second half of the presentation featured Julia Gorey, JD, with the regulatory perspective on research involving “edge” populations.

Time: 1.5 hours

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Research Involving "Edge" Populations: Ethical and Regulatory Considerations

Date: October 18, 2012

Authors: Cynthia Gómez, Julia Gorey

Description: There are many ethical considerations for research studies involving “edge” populations, and this program will provide an investigator perspective as well as the regulatory angle on research with subjects who are homeless, substance abusers, and/or HIV-positive. Cynthia Gómez, PhD, discussed a multi-site study with HIV-positive participants and the work of the research team to ensure protection and sensitivity to issues, while the second half of the presentation featured Julia Gorey, JD, with the regulatory perspective on research involving “edge” populations.

Time: 1.5 hours

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The IACUC's Role in Environmental Enrichment Programs

Date: October 9, 2012
Authors: Jennifer Camacho, Christina Winnicker

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The IACUC's Role in Environmental Enrichment Programs

Date: October 9, 2012
Authors: Jennifer Camacho, Christina Winnicker

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Research Ethics Beyond Respect, Beneficence and Justice

Date: September 12, 2012

Authors: Elisa A. Hurley, PhD

Description: Most human research protections professionals are familiar with the ethical principles of respect, beneficence, and justice as laid out in the Belmont Report and as codified in the US federal regulations governing research with human subjects. However, the domain of research ethics encompasses much more than these three principles, and engaging directly with the other important concepts can help research ethics professionals better understand and more thoughtfully fulfill their roles. This webinar looked beyond the Belmont principles to explore some of the additional ethical questions and concepts that come into play during the protocol review process, but are not well delineated or defined in the regulations.

Time: 1 hour

CE: Webinar participants holding the CIP credential may apply 1 continuing education credit towards recertification

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Research Ethics Beyond Respect, Beneficence and Justice

Date: September 12, 2012

Authors: Elisa A. Hurley, PhD

Description: Most human research protections professionals are familiar with the ethical principles of respect, beneficence, and justice as laid out in the Belmont Report and as codified in the US federal regulations governing research with human subjects. However, the domain of research ethics encompasses much more than these three principles, and engaging directly with the other important concepts can help research ethics professionals better understand and more thoughtfully fulfill their roles. This webinar looked beyond the Belmont principles to explore some of the additional ethical questions and concepts that come into play during the protocol review process, but are not well delineated or defined in the regulations.

Time: 1 hour

CE: Webinar participants holding the CIP credential may apply 1 continuing education credit towards recertification

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Conflicts of Interest in the Wake of NIH's New Policy

Date: July 11, 2012
Authors: Jeffrey Botkin, Ross McKinney

Time: 1-2 Hours

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Conflicts of Interest in the Wake of NIH's New Policy

Date: July 11, 2012
Authors: Jeffrey Botkin, Ross McKinney

Time: 1-2 Hours

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Introduction to Adaptive Clinical Trial Designs

Date: June 20, 2012
Authors: Roger Lewis, William Meurer

Time: 1-2 Hours

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Introduction to Adaptive Clinical Trial Designs

Date: June 20, 2012
Authors: Roger Lewis, William Meurer

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Data Sharing in Genomics Research: Participant Attitudes and Ethical Issues

Date: May 24, 2012
Authors: Laura Lyman Rodriguez, Amy McGuire

Time: 1-2 Hours

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Data Sharing in Genomics Research: Participant Attitudes and Ethical Issues

Date: May 24, 2012
Authors: Laura Lyman Rodriguez, Amy McGuire

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Ethical Internet Research: Informed Consent Regulations and Realities

Date: March 15, 2012
Authors: Elizabeth Buchanan, Laura Odwazny

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Ethical Internet Research: Informed Consent Regulations and Realities

Date: March 15, 2012
Authors: Elizabeth Buchanan, Laura Odwazny

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Using Policies and Guidances to Manage Your Animal Care and Use Program

Date: February 16, 2012
Authors: Deb Frolicher, Natalie Mays

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Using Policies and Guidances to Manage Your Animal Care and Use Program

Date: February 16, 2012
Authors: Deb Frolicher, Natalie Mays

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A Roadmap to Success for New IRB Chairs

Date: January 26, 2012
Authors: Melissa Lewis, Melissa Frumin

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A Roadmap to Success for New IRB Chairs

Date: January 26, 2012
Authors: Melissa Lewis, Melissa Frumin

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Post-Approval Monitoring: From Primer to Production

Date: November 15, 2011
Authors: David Cannon, Jaimie Graff

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Post-Approval Monitoring: From Primer to Production

Date: November 15, 2011
Authors: David Cannon, Jaimie Graff

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Wearing Multiple Hats in your Research Compliance Program

Date: May 15, 2019

Authors: Ross Hickey, JD, CIP, CPIA, Katie L. Gillespie, MS, CIP

Description: Research compliance professionals often “wear multiple hats”, responsible for oversight of some combination of IACUC, IRB, IBC, Responsible Conduct of Research (RCR), and Conflict of Interest (COI) at their institution. Particularly at small or under-resourced institutions, those involved in multiple areas of compliance know that time and funds are precious. How can you make the most of what you have, avoid reinventing the wheel, and achieve balance in your work? This interactive webinar provided a space for attendees to learn and share strategies with others who are in the same boat.

Time: 1.25 hours

CE: Webinar participants holding the CIP or CPIA credential may apply 1.25 continuing education credits towards recertification

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Wearing Multiple Hats in your Research Compliance Program

Date: May 15, 2019

Authors: Ross Hickey, JD, CIP, CPIA, Katie L. Gillespie, MS, CIP

Description: Research compliance professionals often “wear multiple hats”, responsible for oversight of some combination of IACUC, IRB, IBC, Responsible Conduct of Research (RCR), and Conflict of Interest (COI) at their institution. Particularly at small or under-resourced institutions, those involved in multiple areas of compliance know that time and funds are precious. How can you make the most of what you have, avoid reinventing the wheel, and achieve balance in your work? This interactive webinar provided a space for attendees to learn and share strategies with others who are in the same boat.

Time: 1.25 hours

CE: Webinar participants holding the CIP or CPIA credential may apply 1.25 continuing education credits towards recertification

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Soldiers as Subjects: What IRBs and DOD-Funded Investigators Need to Know about Research with Military Personnel

Date: December 5, 2019

Authors: Amy Adler, PhD; Carson Cancel, MA, CIP; Natalie Klein, PhD, CIP; Kimberly Odam, MS, CIP; Susan Proctor, DSc

Description: The imperative to advance the health and performance of service members must be fulfilled through ethical and compliant human subjects research. During this webinar, speakers from the Department of Defense (DOD) will introduce key regulatory requirements, specific population considerations, and best practices for including service members in research. Investigators will learn how to plan for successful research in this domain, and IRBs will gain an understanding of how to assess service member-centric protocols.

Time: 1.25 hours

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Soldiers as Subjects: What IRBs and DOD-Funded Investigators Need to Know about Research with Military Personnel

Date: December 5, 2019

Authors: Amy Adler, PhD; Carson Cancel, MA, CIP; Natalie Klein, PhD, CIP; Kimberly Odam, MS, CIP; Susan Proctor, DSc

Description: The imperative to advance the health and performance of service members must be fulfilled through ethical and compliant human subjects research. During this webinar, speakers from the Department of Defense (DOD) will introduce key regulatory requirements, specific population considerations, and best practices for including service members in research. Investigators will learn how to plan for successful research in this domain, and IRBs will gain an understanding of how to assess service member-centric protocols.

Time: 1.25 hours

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When SBER Involves Drugs and Devices: Cases to Clarify FDA Oversight

Date: September 20, 2018

Authors: Patrick McNeilly, PhD Robin Tyndall

Description: Increasingly, social, behavioral, and educational research (SBER) incorporates techniques and devices that are more traditionally found in biomedical research, creating challenges for IRBs in determining whether a study falls under US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) oversight. The FDA’s authority includes drugs, biologics, and medical devices. FDA oversight may also extend to mobile medical applications and other innovations, which can create challenging regulatory questions as to whether a study falls under FDA jurisdiction.

Time: 1.5 hours

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When SBER Involves Drugs and Devices: Cases to Clarify FDA Oversight

Date: September 20, 2018

Authors: Patrick McNeilly, PhD Robin Tyndall

Description: Increasingly, social, behavioral, and educational research (SBER) incorporates techniques and devices that are more traditionally found in biomedical research, creating challenges for IRBs in determining whether a study falls under US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) oversight. The FDA’s authority includes drugs, biologics, and medical devices. FDA oversight may also extend to mobile medical applications and other innovations, which can create challenging regulatory questions as to whether a study falls under FDA jurisdiction.

Time: 1.5 hours

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When The Stakes Are High: Managing Communication and Public Opinion in Research Settings

Date: October 18, 2011
Authors: Suzanne Rivera, Michael Stebbins

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When The Stakes Are High: Managing Communication and Public Opinion in Research Settings

Date: October 18, 2011
Authors: Suzanne Rivera, Michael Stebbins

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Improving Informed Consent: Innovations in Form and Process

Date: September 22, 2011
Authors: Margo Michaels, Heather Pierce

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Improving Informed Consent: Innovations in Form and Process

Date: September 22, 2011
Authors: Margo Michaels, Heather Pierce

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PRIM&R's Primer on the ANPRM

Date: July 28, 2011
Authors: P. Pearl O'Rouke

Time: 1-2 Hours

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PRIM&R's Primer on the ANPRM

Date: July 28, 2011
Authors: P. Pearl O'Rouke

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Community IRB Members: Supporting Their Involvement to Advance Research

Date: July 12, 2011
Authors: Malena Avila Hough, David Strauss

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Community IRB Members: Supporting Their Involvement to Advance Research

Date: July 12, 2011
Authors: Malena Avila Hough, David Strauss

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DHHS and FDA Regulations: What’s Different, What’s Similar, and What Does it all Mean for my HRPP?

Date: June 29, 2011
Authors: Lisa Buchanan, Richard Klein

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DHHS and FDA Regulations: What’s Different, What’s Similar, and What Does it all Mean for my HRPP?

Date: June 29, 2011
Authors: Lisa Buchanan, Richard Klein

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No More Excuses: Building Trust and Capacity through the Bioethics Research Infrastructure Initiative

Date: June 14, 2011

Authors: Stephen Thomas, Sandra Crouse Quinn

Description: This is the third webinar in a three-part series that sought to facilitate the development and presentation of educational programs that improve research literacy for and respectful engagement with minority communities.

Time: 1.5 hours

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No More Excuses: Building Trust and Capacity through the Bioethics Research Infrastructure Initiative

Date: June 14, 2011

Authors: Stephen Thomas, Sandra Crouse Quinn

Description: This is the third webinar in a three-part series that sought to facilitate the development and presentation of educational programs that improve research literacy for and respectful engagement with minority communities.

Time: 1.5 hours

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Preparing for the CIP® Certification Exam: What You Need to Know

Date: May 25, 2011
Authors: Jaime Arango, Susan Delano

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Preparing for the CIP® Certification Exam: What You Need to Know

Date: May 25, 2011
Authors: Jaime Arango, Susan Delano

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Preparing for the CPIA® Certification Exam: What You Need to Know

Date: May 18, 2011
Authors: Jamie Gothro, Mary Jo Shepherd

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Preparing for the CPIA® Certification Exam: What You Need to Know

Date: May 18, 2011
Authors: Jamie Gothro, Mary Jo Shepherd

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Lessons from Researchers: Best Practices for Respectful Engagement with Minority Communities

Date: March 2, 2011

Authors: Stephen Thomas, Sandra Crouse Quinn

Description: The result of a partnership with the Building Trust between Minorities and Researchers Initiative at the University of Maryland Center for Health Equity, this webinar sought to improve research literacy for and respectful engagement with minority communities by presenting the findings from an in-depth and unique survey and interviews of researchers, research staff, and IRB members. Topics included researchers' attitudes toward community engagement, challenges in building community partnerships, best practices for community partnerships, the impact of community engagement on recruitment and retention, and much more.

Time: 1.5 hours

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Lessons from Researchers: Best Practices for Respectful Engagement with Minority Communities

Date: March 2, 2011

Authors: Stephen Thomas, Sandra Crouse Quinn

Description: The result of a partnership with the Building Trust between Minorities and Researchers Initiative at the University of Maryland Center for Health Equity, this webinar sought to improve research literacy for and respectful engagement with minority communities by presenting the findings from an in-depth and unique survey and interviews of researchers, research staff, and IRB members. Topics included researchers' attitudes toward community engagement, challenges in building community partnerships, best practices for community partnerships, the impact of community engagement on recruitment and retention, and much more.

Time: 1.5 hours

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International Research: Applying Ethical Principles and Research Guidelines in Global Settings

Date: February 16, 2011
Authors: David Borasky, Nancy Kass

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International Research: Applying Ethical Principles and Research Guidelines in Global Settings

Date: February 16, 2011
Authors: David Borasky, Nancy Kass

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Practical Strategies for Common Challenges: What Your IACUC Needs to Know

Date: February 3, 2011
Authors: John Bradfield, Beth Ford

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Practical Strategies for Common Challenges: What Your IACUC Needs to Know

Date: February 3, 2011
Authors: John Bradfield, Beth Ford

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Top Tips for IRBs in 2011

Date: January 18, 2011
Authors: Jeffrey Cooper, Susan Ellenberg

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Top Tips for IRBs in 2011

Date: January 18, 2011
Authors: Jeffrey Cooper, Susan Ellenberg

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Genetic Research: Benefits, Risks, and Ethical Issues

Date: October 26, 2010
Authors: Ingrid Holm, Lisa Lehmann

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Genetic Research: Benefits, Risks, and Ethical Issues

Date: October 26, 2010
Authors: Ingrid Holm, Lisa Lehmann

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The Guatemalan Inoculation Study: Susan M. Reverby on Research Ethics and Lessons for HRPPs

Date: October 20, 2010
Authors: Susan Reverby

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The Guatemalan Inoculation Study: Susan M. Reverby on Research Ethics and Lessons for HRPPs

Date: October 20, 2010
Authors: Susan Reverby

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Conflicting Interest and Conflicting Expectations: Challenges Presented by NIH's New Rule

Date: October 6, 2010
Authors: Heather Pierce, Patrick Taylor

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Conflicting Interest and Conflicting Expectations: Challenges Presented by NIH's New Rule

Date: October 6, 2010
Authors: Heather Pierce, Patrick Taylor

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Expanded Access: Ethical and Regulatory Issues for Investigational Drugs and Devices

Date: September 15, 2010
Authors: George Gasparis, Richard Klein

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Expanded Access: Ethical and Regulatory Issues for Investigational Drugs and Devices

Date: September 15, 2010
Authors: George Gasparis, Richard Klein

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Distrust, Race, and Research: Overcoming Barriers to Recruitment and Retention of Minority Populations

Date: July 14, 2010

Authors: Stephen Thomas, Sandra Crouse Quinn

Description: This webinar addressed concrete objectives for RCR education under the guidance of two distinguished ethicists from Vanderbilt University and Saint Louis University. The faculty explored results from a consensus panel funded by the Office of Research Integrity, which identified nine objectives for RCR education.

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Distrust, Race, and Research: Overcoming Barriers to Recruitment and Retention of Minority Populations

Date: July 14, 2010

Authors: Stephen Thomas, Sandra Crouse Quinn

Description: This webinar addressed concrete objectives for RCR education under the guidance of two distinguished ethicists from Vanderbilt University and Saint Louis University. The faculty explored results from a consensus panel funded by the Office of Research Integrity, which identified nine objectives for RCR education.

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Promoting Science and Safety: NIH Oversight of Human Gene Transfer Research

Date: June 16, 2010
Authors: Marcia Finucane, Allan Shipp

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Promoting Science and Safety: NIH Oversight of Human Gene Transfer Research

Date: June 16, 2010
Authors: Marcia Finucane, Allan Shipp

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Speaking Confidence: A PRIM&R Toolbox

Date: May 26, 2010
Authors: Melissa Lewis, Gigi McMillan

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Speaking Confidence: A PRIM&R Toolbox

Date: May 26, 2010
Authors: Melissa Lewis, Gigi McMillan

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The Havasupai Settlement: Implications for HRPPs, IRBs, and Researchers

Date: May 20, 2010

Authors: William Freeman, P. Pearl O'Rourke

Description: The Havasupai Settlement left many IRB and HRPP members, as well as researchers, wondering how this significant decision would affect human subjects research. Discussion in this webinar sought to shed light on  questions raised about informed consent and the implications of this striking new precedent. 

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The Havasupai Settlement: Implications for HRPPs, IRBs, and Researchers

Date: May 20, 2010

Authors: William Freeman, P. Pearl O'Rourke

Description: The Havasupai Settlement left many IRB and HRPP members, as well as researchers, wondering how this significant decision would affect human subjects research. Discussion in this webinar sought to shed light on  questions raised about informed consent and the implications of this striking new precedent. 

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Legal Issues for HRPPs: Investigator-Initiated Research and HITECH Privacy Requirements

Date: April 28, 2010
Authors: Susan Stayn, Mark Barnes

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Legal Issues for HRPPs: Investigator-Initiated Research and HITECH Privacy Requirements

Date: April 28, 2010
Authors: Susan Stayn, Mark Barnes

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Educating for the Responsible Conduct of Research: Strategies for Research Institutions

Date: April 8, 2010
Authors: Elizabeth Heitman, James DuBois

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Educating for the Responsible Conduct of Research: Strategies for Research Institutions

Date: April 8, 2010
Authors: Elizabeth Heitman, James DuBois

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Top Tips for IACUCs: Perspectives on Animal Care

Date: February 9, 2010
Authors: Patricia Brown, Monte Matthews

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Top Tips for IACUCs: Perspectives on Animal Care

Date: February 9, 2010
Authors: Patricia Brown, Monte Matthews

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Who "Moved" My Approval? Managing Suspended Research

Date: January 28, 2010
Authors: Michele Russell-Einhorn, Don Workman

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Who "Moved" My Approval? Managing Suspended Research

Date: January 28, 2010
Authors: Michele Russell-Einhorn, Don Workman

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Strategies for Institutional Officials: Addressing Conflicts of Interest and Quality Control

Date: April 30, 2009
Authors: Suzanne Rivera, David Wynes

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Strategies for Institutional Officials: Addressing Conflicts of Interest and Quality Control

Date: April 30, 2009
Authors: Suzanne Rivera, David Wynes

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If It's Not Broken, Improve It: New Strategies in Laboratory Animal Care

Date: June 4, 2009
Authors: Donna Matthews Jarrell, Steve Niemi

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If It's Not Broken, Improve It: New Strategies in Laboratory Animal Care

Date: June 4, 2009
Authors: Donna Matthews Jarrell, Steve Niemi

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New Solutions to Ongoing Problems When Reviewing Social, Behavioral, and Educational Research

Date: February 25, 2009
Authors: Mary Marshall Clark, J. Michael Oakes

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New Solutions to Ongoing Problems When Reviewing Social, Behavioral, and Educational Research

Date: February 25, 2009
Authors: Mary Marshall Clark, J. Michael Oakes

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Tools and Tips to Ensure Your IACUC's Success

Date: February 10, 2009
Authors: Chris Newcomer, Lauretta Gerrity

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Tools and Tips to Ensure Your IACUC's Success

Date: February 10, 2009
Authors: Chris Newcomer, Lauretta Gerrity

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Refocusing on Crucial Issues for IRBs

Date: January 29, 2009
Authors: Bruce Gordon, Moira Keane

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Refocusing on Crucial Issues for IRBs

Date: January 29, 2009
Authors: Bruce Gordon, Moira Keane

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Implementing Best Practices in the Evolving World of IACUCs

Date: October 21, 2008
Authors: Monte Matthews, John Miller

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Implementing Best Practices in the Evolving World of IACUCs

Date: October 21, 2008
Authors: Monte Matthews, John Miller

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The NIH Genome Wide Association Studies (GWAS) Policy: Responsibilities of Investigators and IRBs

Date: September 23, 2008
Authors: P. Pearl O'Rouke, Laura Lyman Rodriguez

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The NIH Genome Wide Association Studies (GWAS) Policy: Responsibilities of Investigators and IRBs

Date: September 23, 2008
Authors: P. Pearl O'Rouke, Laura Lyman Rodriguez

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Handling Incidental Findings in Human Subjects Research

Date: July 15, 2008
Authors: Michelle Mello, Benjamin Wilfond

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Handling Incidental Findings in Human Subjects Research

Date: July 15, 2008
Authors: Michelle Mello, Benjamin Wilfond

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Hot Topics for IRBs/HRPPs

Date: April 16, 2008
Authors: Mark Barnes, Jeffrey Cohen

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Hot Topics for IRBs/HRPPs

Date: April 16, 2008
Authors: Mark Barnes, Jeffrey Cohen

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Recruiting, Educating, and Retaining Non-Affiliated IRB Members

Date: September 18, 2006
Authors: Moira Keane, Gigi McMillan, Bernard Schwetz, Mary Lou Smith

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Recruiting, Educating, and Retaining Non-Affiliated IRB Members

Date: September 18, 2006
Authors: Moira Keane, Gigi McMillan, Bernard Schwetz, Mary Lou Smith

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Building a Relationship with your Research Integrity Office

Date: March 17, 2016
Authors: Ross Hickey
Description: IRBs and RIOs play distinct but related roles in research oversight and compliance. This webinar discusses best practices for effective communication among IRBs, RIOs, and their respective staff and members.

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Building a Relationship with your Research Integrity Office

Date: March 17, 2016
Authors: Ross Hickey
Description: IRBs and RIOs play distinct but related roles in research oversight and compliance. This webinar discusses best practices for effective communication among IRBs, RIOs, and their respective staff and members.

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Big Data Research: Practical Solutions to Emerging Challenges for IRBs

Date: February 10, 2016
Authors: Betsy Draper, Sean Owen
Description: "Big data" has great potential for scientific advances in both biomedical and social, behavioral, and education research (SBER), and in recent years, institutional review boards (IRBs) have seen an influx of research involving large data sets. As our society as a whole and the research community continue to produce and utilize large data sets, IRBs need to know how to best protect human subjects when reviewing a protocol that involves big data.

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Big Data Research: Practical Solutions to Emerging Challenges for IRBs

Date: February 10, 2016
Authors: Betsy Draper, Sean Owen
Description: "Big data" has great potential for scientific advances in both biomedical and social, behavioral, and education research (SBER), and in recent years, institutional review boards (IRBs) have seen an influx of research involving large data sets. As our society as a whole and the research community continue to produce and utilize large data sets, IRBs need to know how to best protect human subjects when reviewing a protocol that involves big data.

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Reducing Noncompliance While Facilitating Research: Strategies for IACUCs

Date: January 24, 2017
Authors: Barbara Garibaldi, DVM, DACLAM; Emily Hearne, MS
Description: Noncompliance in animal research is defined as any action that does not adhere to federal regulations and policy, an institutional policy, or the approved protocol. Fostering a culture of compliance is essential to ensuring animal welfare, institutional credibility, and positive working relationships between researchers and the IACUC.

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Reducing Noncompliance While Facilitating Research: Strategies for IACUCs

Date: January 24, 2017
Authors: Barbara Garibaldi, DVM, DACLAM; Emily Hearne, MS
Description: Noncompliance in animal research is defined as any action that does not adhere to federal regulations and policy, an institutional policy, or the approved protocol. Fostering a culture of compliance is essential to ensuring animal welfare, institutional credibility, and positive working relationships between researchers and the IACUC.

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PRIM&R’s Primer on the Revised Common Rule

Date: January 26, 2017
Authors: P. Pearl O'Rourke, Heather Pierce
Description: On January 19, 2017, the Office of the Federal Register published a revised Federal Policy for the Protection of Human Subjects, marking the first significant changes to the Federal Policy for the Protection of Human Subjects, or "Common Rule," since 1991.
These changes will have important and wide-reaching implications for the human subjects research enterprise. This webinar provides an overview of the critical changes presented in the Rule as well as an explanation of the rulemaking process and the various possible outcomes.

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PRIM&R’s Primer on the Revised Common Rule

Date: January 26, 2017
Authors: P. Pearl O'Rourke, Heather Pierce
Description: On January 19, 2017, the Office of the Federal Register published a revised Federal Policy for the Protection of Human Subjects, marking the first significant changes to the Federal Policy for the Protection of Human Subjects, or "Common Rule," since 1991.
These changes will have important and wide-reaching implications for the human subjects research enterprise. This webinar provides an overview of the critical changes presented in the Rule as well as an explanation of the rulemaking process and the various possible outcomes.

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New Ethical Challenges in Experimental Political Science

Date: June 8, 2016
Authors: Scott Desposato, Trisha Phillips
Description: Over the past two decades, political scientists have adopted experimental methods to interact directly with subjects in the United States and globally. How can IRBs guide political scientists in conducting ethically sound research while continuing to generate valuable knowledge about the political, economic, and cultural sphere?

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New Ethical Challenges in Experimental Political Science

Date: June 8, 2016
Authors: Scott Desposato, Trisha Phillips
Description: Over the past two decades, political scientists have adopted experimental methods to interact directly with subjects in the United States and globally. How can IRBs guide political scientists in conducting ethically sound research while continuing to generate valuable knowledge about the political, economic, and cultural sphere?

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Making Good Meetings Happen for IACUCs and IRBs

Date: May 24, 2016
Authors: Melissa Frumin, Rachel Murray
Description: Once you’ve learned the regulatory and operational requirements, how do you best facilitate a lively, efficient meeting? From managing conflict and keeping time, to encouraging member participation, administrators and chairs confront many interpersonal and organizational challenges during IACUC and IRB meetings. 

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Making Good Meetings Happen for IACUCs and IRBs

Date: May 24, 2016
Authors: Melissa Frumin, Rachel Murray
Description: Once you’ve learned the regulatory and operational requirements, how do you best facilitate a lively, efficient meeting? From managing conflict and keeping time, to encouraging member participation, administrators and chairs confront many interpersonal and organizational challenges during IACUC and IRB meetings. 

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Identify, Recruit, Train, Retain: Building a Diverse, Qualified IRB

Date: February 24, 2016

Authors: Courtney Jarboe, Ann Morrison

Description: IRBs should be diverse, skilled, knowledgeable, and committed to the common goal of protecting human subjects. During this advanced-level webinar, presenters provided approaches for strategically identifying, recruiting, training, and retaining IRB members to create a healthy and qualified board.

Time: 1.5 hours

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Identify, Recruit, Train, Retain: Building a Diverse, Qualified IRB

Date: February 24, 2016

Authors: Courtney Jarboe, Ann Morrison

Description: IRBs should be diverse, skilled, knowledgeable, and committed to the common goal of protecting human subjects. During this advanced-level webinar, presenters provided approaches for strategically identifying, recruiting, training, and retaining IRB members to create a healthy and qualified board.

Time: 1.5 hours

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Grant and Protocol Congruency for IACUCs

Date: January 13, 2016
Authors: Patricia A. Brown and Richelle Scales
Description: It is an institution's responsibility to ensure that the research described in a grant application is congruent with any corresponding protocols approved by the institutional animal care and use committee (IACUC). IACUC administrators and other institution staff are tasked with ensuring approved animal research protocols are in agreement with the grants that sponsor them. During this basic-level webinar, presenters will discuss considerations for congruency reviews from the perspectives of the Office of Laboratory Animal Welfare and an IACUC protocol analyst.

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Grant and Protocol Congruency for IACUCs

Date: January 13, 2016
Authors: Patricia A. Brown and Richelle Scales
Description: It is an institution's responsibility to ensure that the research described in a grant application is congruent with any corresponding protocols approved by the institutional animal care and use committee (IACUC). IACUC administrators and other institution staff are tasked with ensuring approved animal research protocols are in agreement with the grants that sponsor them. During this basic-level webinar, presenters will discuss considerations for congruency reviews from the perspectives of the Office of Laboratory Animal Welfare and an IACUC protocol analyst.

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Familiar Faces: Addressing the Challenge of Simultaneous and Sequential Study Enrollment

Date: April 13, 2016
Authors: Stephanie Collins Reed, Ilene Wilets
Description: Seeing a familiar face at a study site is not uncommon in research. Learning to weigh the risks associated with simultaneous and sequential study enrollment enables IRBs and researchers to make informed decisions to prevent and manage problems.

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Familiar Faces: Addressing the Challenge of Simultaneous and Sequential Study Enrollment

Date: April 13, 2016
Authors: Stephanie Collins Reed, Ilene Wilets
Description: Seeing a familiar face at a study site is not uncommon in research. Learning to weigh the risks associated with simultaneous and sequential study enrollment enables IRBs and researchers to make informed decisions to prevent and manage problems.

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Data Sharing in Research with American Indians and Alaska Natives: Informed Practices, Considerations, and Case Studies

Date: October 26, 2017
Authors: Deana Around Him, Marcia O'Leary, Lizabeth Malone, Amy Elliott, Jyoti Angal
Description: It is critical that researchers rely on informed practices when developing data sharing arrangements with tribes, and that IRBs and funding agencies are aware of these practices and the unique considerations that must be given to this type of research.

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Data Sharing in Research with American Indians and Alaska Natives: Informed Practices, Considerations, and Case Studies

Date: October 26, 2017
Authors: Deana Around Him, Marcia O'Leary, Lizabeth Malone, Amy Elliott, Jyoti Angal
Description: It is critical that researchers rely on informed practices when developing data sharing arrangements with tribes, and that IRBs and funding agencies are aware of these practices and the unique considerations that must be given to this type of research.

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Incorporating Active Learning into IACUC Training

Date: May 3, 2017
Authors: Alison Pohl, Trina Smith
Description: Active learning approaches have been shown to enhance knowledge transfer and increase the effectiveness of adult education by emphasizing critical thinking, analytical skills, and hands-on learning. During this webinar, two IACUC professionals discuss how active learning techniques have shaped their own training programs.

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Incorporating Active Learning into IACUC Training

Date: May 3, 2017
Authors: Alison Pohl, Trina Smith
Description: Active learning approaches have been shown to enhance knowledge transfer and increase the effectiveness of adult education by emphasizing critical thinking, analytical skills, and hands-on learning. During this webinar, two IACUC professionals discuss how active learning techniques have shaped their own training programs.

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Top Tips for 2008: What Every IACUC Should Know

Date: February 7, 2008
Authors: Molly Greene, Marky Pitts, Mary Lou James, Monte Matthews

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Top Tips for 2008: What Every IACUC Should Know

Date: February 7, 2008
Authors: Molly Greene, Marky Pitts, Mary Lou James, Monte Matthews

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The Top 7 Tips for 2007: What Every IRB Should Know

Date: January 17, 2007
Authors: Mark Barnes, Jeffrey Cohen

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The Top 7 Tips for 2007: What Every IRB Should Know

Date: January 17, 2007
Authors: Mark Barnes, Jeffrey Cohen

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Identifying and Preventing Distress in Laboratory Animals

Date: October 1, 2015
Authors: Mollie A. Bloomsmith and Eric Hutchinson
Description: Is your institution equipped to diagnose and prevent distress in the animals used for research purposes?
Stress and distress can negatively impact the welfare of laboratory animals and have adverse consequences for research. Minimizing distress in animals is mandated by federal regulations and remains an ethical obligation for research and compliance staff. To take measures to minimize distress, it is essential to understand its causes and manifestations among the various species of laboratory animals. Planning to reduce or prevent distress should be included in the initial design and review of research projects.

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Identifying and Preventing Distress in Laboratory Animals

Date: October 1, 2015
Authors: Mollie A. Bloomsmith and Eric Hutchinson
Description: Is your institution equipped to diagnose and prevent distress in the animals used for research purposes?
Stress and distress can negatively impact the welfare of laboratory animals and have adverse consequences for research. Minimizing distress in animals is mandated by federal regulations and remains an ethical obligation for research and compliance staff. To take measures to minimize distress, it is essential to understand its causes and manifestations among the various species of laboratory animals. Planning to reduce or prevent distress should be included in the initial design and review of research projects.

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Tools, Templates, and Checklists for Streamlining IRB Protocol Review

Date: May 5, 2016
Authors: Sharon Freitag, Megan Kasimatis Singleton
Description: Using examples from typically challenging areas of protocol review, the presenters will demonstrate how to identify, develop, and successfully implement targeted tools, templates, and checklists.

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Tools, Templates, and Checklists for Streamlining IRB Protocol Review

Date: May 5, 2016
Authors: Sharon Freitag, Megan Kasimatis Singleton
Description: Using examples from typically challenging areas of protocol review, the presenters will demonstrate how to identify, develop, and successfully implement targeted tools, templates, and checklists.

Time: 1-2 Hours

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Responding to Noncompliance in Human Subjects Research

Date: October 31, 2016
Authors: James DuBois, Jessica Randall
Description: Noncompliance involves the failure to act in accordance with federal regulations, state and local laws, institutional policies, or IRB requirements in human subjects research. This webinar examines empirical evidence on factors that contribute to investigator noncompliance and offer recommendations for addressing it.

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Responding to Noncompliance in Human Subjects Research

Date: October 31, 2016
Authors: James DuBois, Jessica Randall
Description: Noncompliance involves the failure to act in accordance with federal regulations, state and local laws, institutional policies, or IRB requirements in human subjects research. This webinar examines empirical evidence on factors that contribute to investigator noncompliance and offer recommendations for addressing it.

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IRB Review of Human Gene Transfer Protocols: New Guidelines and Considerations

Date: October 19, 2016
Authors: Charlotte Coley, Joan Robbins
Description: NIH guidelines released in 2016 detail a new system in which IRBs are responsible for assessing whether review by the Recombinant DNA Advisory Committee (RAC) is warranted in Human Gene Transfer (HGT) studies. With the IRB’s role in this research increasing, how can the efficient and timely review of HGT studies be facilitated while continuing to protect human subjects?

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IRB Review of Human Gene Transfer Protocols: New Guidelines and Considerations

Date: October 19, 2016
Authors: Charlotte Coley, Joan Robbins
Description: NIH guidelines released in 2016 detail a new system in which IRBs are responsible for assessing whether review by the Recombinant DNA Advisory Committee (RAC) is warranted in Human Gene Transfer (HGT) studies. With the IRB’s role in this research increasing, how can the efficient and timely review of HGT studies be facilitated while continuing to protect human subjects?

Time: 1-2 Hours

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