TAG ARCHIVES FOR study enrollment

8
Jun2017

For this month’s question you are a member of a local IRB reviewing an influenza vaccine study. The investigator wants to ask enrolled study participants to help recruit additional study participants. The investigator wants to express her gratitude for this assistance. She has asked the IRB whether tangible expressions of gratitude, e.g., cash, would be acceptable. Read more

16
May2017

For this month's question, you are a principal investigator in a very promising Phase 3 pancreatic cancer study. The sponsor has just informed you that you can enroll only one more patient before enrollment closes. Enrolling in this study might save your patient’s life. Ten of your patients are eligible for the study. Who do you invite to participate in the study, and how do you decide? Read more

8
May2017

In April, PRIM&R hosted the webinar Compensation or Inducement? What IRBs Need to Know about Paying Subjects for Participation. Presented by Alex John London, PhD, and Betsy Ripley, MD, MS, RAC, this webinar provided foundational knowledge about the underlying ethical principles that govern compensating tresearch subjects. Through case studies, examples, and review of existing guidance and regulations, attendees learned strategies for evaluating payment to subjects for their participation in studies. Here, the presenters answer some of the questions time didn’t permit us to answer live. Read more