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10 Tips for Submitting Human Subjects Protocols

Simple Federal regulation tips to speed up IRB approval for human subjects

OverviewInstitutional Review Boards (IRB) also known as ethics committees or ethical review boards were established by federal regulation in 1974. IRBs are independent committees designated to approve, monitor and review biomedical and behavioral research involving human subjects.  The Institutional Review Board’s training mission is to protect the rights and welfare of human subjects’ training participants and therefore must review any proposed study that wishes to interact or intervene with human subjects or their private, identifiable information. Reviews take place, at a minimum, before a research study begins, any time there is a modification or reportable event that must be submitted, and at the time of continuing review.Why Should You AttendIn conducting human subjects’ research, an investigator must send his/her protocol to the Institutional Review Board (IRB) for approval. Often seen as “black holes” that one submits to and awaits a determination, submitting a study to an IRB can seem like an arduous, daunting task. Because of this, investigators are always looking for tips that will make this process less mysterious and faster.Areas Covered in this WebinarThis webinar is designed to remove some of the mystery of an IRB human subject submission by providing tips on simple steps that may be taken by the investigator/research team in preparing his/her submission, making it more IRB ready and therefore receiving less contingencies which in turn speed up the IRB review and approval process.Learning ObjectivesWhat holds up your study in review?When to submit to an IRB trainingWhen is an individual or institution engaged?Federal regulation requirements for engagement What is considered human subjects?When is your activity research?Who Will BenefitHuman Subjects Research PersonnelHealthcare Agencies interested in exploring the field of Clinical ResearchNew Clinical Research CoordinatorsNew Principal InvestigatorsAdministration in charge of Clinical ResearchRegulatory Compliance PersonnelLevelBeginner

When

24 Feb 2016 @ 01:00 pm

24 Feb 2016 @ 02:00 pm

Duration: 1 hours

Timezone: GMT -5:00


Where

Online Webinar


Language

Englishen


Organised by

Compliance Global Inc (deactivated)

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