Upcoming Educational Webinars 2016
April 26, and 28, 2016:
Evaluating IRB Members and Chairs: Basic and Innovative Solutions for Meeting Standard II.1.B.
For the review function of the IRB or Ethics Committee (EC) to be effective, members need to be knowledgeable about applicable regulations and have the skills and expertise relevant to the research conducted at the organization. Meaningful review requires sufficient expertise, experience and diversity of membership. AAHRPP Standard II.1.B. requires the IRB or EC to have qualified leadership, (e.g. chair and vice chair) members and staff.
To meet Standard II.1.B., membership and composition of the IRB or EC must be periodically reviewed and adjusted, as appropriate, and IRB members and chairs must be evaluated and provided with feedback. Our speakers will review some of the common ways this standard is met, as well offer some innovative solutions to accomplish this goal.
Kristin Craun, M.P.H., CIP
University of Southern California
Kathleen Lawry, M.S.S.A., CIP
Case Western CTSA
Tuesday April 26, 2016 3:30 P.M. ET: Register Here
Thursday April 28, 2016 10:00 A.M. ET: Register Here
July 26, and 28, 2016:
HRPP Metrics: Discussion of AAHRPP Data and Trends from 2015
October 25, and 27, 2016:
Measuring the Quality and Process of Informed Consent
You can enroll your organization by registering online for each computer connection you want to make from your organization. Please check the webinar system requirements to make sure you can participate.
The number of connections is limited to 96, but you can have as many colleagues participating through that connection as you wish. And if there are topics you would like to see for other webinars, please suggest them by writing to email@example.com.
There is no cost for AAHRPP clients (accredited, in the process of accreditation, and those that have pre-paid application fees).