TAG ARCHIVES FOR AER21 Blog Squad

20
Jan2022

The data collected from mobile mental health apps has promising benefit toward the field of mental health. The risks are usually limited to breach of confidentiality and investigators mitigate those risks by implementing processes to protect access to the data. In studies involving algorithms and personalized medicine, the risks increase. So, how do IRBs determine when risks outweigh the benefits? Read more

17
Nov2021

I like to joke that I've been on "all sides of the research endeavor." I've done bench science, social science, and research administration. While I've been involved in research ethics in various capacities over the years, this will be my first chance to attend (albeit virtually) PRIM&R's Advancing Ethical Research Conference, and I couldn't be more excited to have the chance to write about it as part of the Blog Squad. Read more

5
Nov2021

No one really goes to a Kindergarten Career Day dressed as a clinical research ethics and regulations administrator, right? So how did I grow up to be one?! My winding career path is marked with pivotal moments and the dedication of mentors who poured into my ability and experience. I’m looking forward to giving back to the community by sharing my unique perspective as a Blog Squad member for the 2021 Advancing Ethical Research Conference. Read more