TAG ARCHIVES FOR IRB administration

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Feb2013

by Andrea Johnson, JD, CIP, Regulatory Specialist in the Research Integrity Office at Oregon Health and Science University 

It seems like just yesterday that I was walking around in beautiful 65-degree weather outside the San Diego Convention Center, overhearing discussions on the U.S. Public Health Service Syphilis Study at Tuskegee. The start of the New Year really has a way of making time fly, but I’m getting back in the [...] Read more

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Feb2013

by Anne Meade, Senior Manager for Website and Social Media

In early 2012, the IRB Forum, a resource-rich online community for human research protections professionals, found a new home at PRIM&R. We were (and are!) delighted to have this online community as a part of PRIM&R’s network of rich educational and networking resources.  The past year brought some changes to the [...] Read more

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Jan2013

by Jackie Tekiela, MS, CIP, Institutional Review Board Administrator at Wheaton Franciscan Healthcare

As expected, the 2012 Advancing Ethical Research Conference delivered. I returned with huge amounts of information, and many ideas and networking contacts. Now that the holidays have passed, and I’ve about caught up on my work, I’m taking some time to reflect on my experiences and [...] Read more

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Dec2012

 by Royell Sullivan, Institutional Review Board (IRB) Education Specialist at the New York University (NYU) School of Medicine

On Wednesday, I attended session D5, How to Grow Your IRB Career: Professional Development and Networking, presented by Charlotte Coley, MACT, CIP; Karen Hansen; and Yvonne Higgins, CIP. I was really excited for this presentation because as a newbie in the world of human research protections, I am looking to discover what [...] Read more

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Dec2012

by Royell Sullivan, Institutional Review Board (IRB) Education Specialist at the New York University (NYU) School of Medicine

On Tuesday, I attended the session B25, titled Developing and Implementing an Education Program at an Institution with a Small Research Program. Many of the attendees expressed that while they saw the relevance behind implementing an actual educational program, they simply lacked [...] Read more

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