- In 2009, I hope that the Obama administration can make sense of the financial crisis and that things begin to look upward! (I have a house to sell! JK!).
- In 2009, I hope that nations around the world can begin to settle their differences and work cooperatively toward peace (can’t we all just get along?!).
- In 2009, I hope that [...] Read more
On November 16, 2007, and December 21, 2007, the National Institutes of Health issued the following notices (respectively):
- NOT-OD-08-014: Guidance on New Law (Public Law 110-85) Enacted to Expand the Scope of ClinicalTrials.gov: Registration
- NOT-OD-08-023: Clinical Trials Registration in ClinicalTrials.gov (Public Law 110-85): Competing Applications and Non-Competing Progress Reports)
- Trials initiated after 9/27/2007 must be [...] Read more
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Posted by Joan Rachlin, Executive DirectorIt's the official "one week and counting" homestretch before Christmas, and the media outlets are full of speculation as to how the recession will affect the season’s traditional buying frenzy.
Beyond the consumer spending angle, these sad and scary stories about the economy got me thinking about how the economic downturn will affect research. While much is unknown, it's clear that the financial quicksand will have a profound impact on research.
I’m no expert, but it seems likely that patients—some of whom might also be prospective research subjects—have the most to lose. Job losses, rising prices, shrinking bank accounts, and/or housing travails, [...] Read more
The 2009 edition of the International Compilation of Human Subject Protections recently has been released and is now available online. The document can be seen at: http://www.hhs.gov/ohrp/international/HSPCompilation.pdf.
This resource includes about 1,100 laws, regulations, and guidelines on human subject protections from 92 different countries. This year’s Compilation includes numerous additions and updates to the 2008 Edition, and features the laws, regulations, and/or guidelines from seven new countries: Burma, Egypt, the Gambia, San Marino, South Korea, the Sudan, and Vietnam.
The listings are organized into [...] Read more
Posted by Maeve Luthin, Project CoordinatorWe have found that the most effective way to stay green as an office is to monitor how we consume the small things in life—like our daily cups of coffee—and how we cut back on waste—like accidently printing out the wrong e-mail three times. So, PRIM&R is jumping onto the end-of-the-year listology bandwagon, and we’re happy to share with you our favorite ways to reduce our carbon footprint!
- No page goes unturned at 126 Brookline Avenue, as we are very careful about using both sides of every piece of paper before it goes into a blue recycling bin.
- When the bins are full and [...] Read more