TAG ARCHIVES FOR AER19

23
Mar2020

How does your organization view noncompliance investigations? Are they seen as an opportunity for learning and growth?  If we are honest, many of us would not volunteer to learn or grow our HRPPs through a noncompliance investigation. We want to get through it and hope it does not occur again. That is wishful thinking and is not the wisest approach to addressing and mitigating noncompliance. The AER19 session, “How to Investigate, Mitigate, Report and Learn from Noncompliance—Avoiding Pitfalls and Seizing Opportunities for Improvement” inspired me to believe that there can be a bright side through the process of noncompliance investigations. Read more

24
Feb2020

Just by reading this title you probably have guessed that I am a big Star Wars Fan. We are a special breed, one that grew up with the movies and who like to complain about changes to the original saga. I will save you from my opinion on whether Han truly shot first or not, but as the last movie of the Star Wars franchise was released, I cannot help but notice some parallels between the journey of a Jedi and the work of an IRB professional working with single IRB studies.

A Jedi in these movies is a reluctant student, one forced to learn the ways of the Force due to the [...] Read more

25
Nov2019

PRIM&R is honored to recognize two members of our community for outstanding dedication and service. Susan Z. Kornetsky and Robert S. Bienkowski were presented with the ARENA Legacy Award and Distinguished Service Award on November 19 at the 2019 Advancing Ethical Research Conference. Read more