On February 26, 2015, PRIM&R hosted a webinar titled Data Security Incidents: the Role of the IRB and Information Security. This topic was submitted by Teresa Doksum, PhD, MPH, and Sean Owen, CISP, CAP, CRISC, through the 2014 Call for Webinar Proposals. The potential for data security incidents in research with human subjects requires institutional review boards (IRBs) to work closely with information security experts to prevent these [...] Read more
TAG ARCHIVES FOR IRB
by Meghan Timmel, Communications Coordinator
PRIM&R is only successful in advancing ethical research thanks to the work of our committed members. At December’s 2014 Advancing Ethical Research Conference, we recognized the substantial achievements and contributions of two such members, Susie Hoffman and Paula Knudson.
Susie Hoffman, RN, BSN, CIP, was the recipient of the 2014 Applied Research Ethics National Association (ARENA) Legacy Award, [...] Read more
by Anne Meade, MS, PMP, Senior Manager for Website and Social Media
IRBs are well versed in the regulations and ethical principles that govern research with human subjects, but what happens when they are presented with a protocol about a disease or disorder about which they are unfamiliar?
by Maeve Luthin, Professional Development Manager
by Megan Frame, membership coordinator
This month, in honor of Member Appreciation Month, I will introduce you to a new member of the PRIM&R community each week. We’ll learn about their professional experiences, personal interests, and, of course, what keeps them committed to advancing ethical research. This week, it is my pleasure to introduce you to Eva Pastor, CIP, IRB [...] Read more