PRIM&R is pleased to introduce the members of the Blog Squad for our 2021 SBER and AER Conferences. The Blog Squad is made up of PRIM&R members who will share their insights before, during, and after the conference. Stay tuned as they share their conference insights on Ampersand. Read more
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Research Project: Addressing Violations of Research Integrity and ComplianceTags:
Are you an institutional official who works in research compliance, research integrity, human research subjects protection, animal care and use, or conflicts of interest compliance? You are invited to complete a short survey being conducted by researchers at Washington University School of Medicine. The Addressing Violations of Research Integrity and Compliance (AVRIC) study aims to understand institutional experiences and approaches to remediating research noncompliance or integrity violations. Read more
This week’s Research Ethics Roundup reviews the ways research with biospecimens has changed since Henrietta Lacks' story made news, how the National Institutes of Health (NIH)'s grant application changes focus on transparency in preclinical research, how ethicists can avoid stereotyping prisoners who choose to participate in research, and how one of the top research search engines is improving transparency efforts. Read more
Research Ethics Roundup: Female Mice in Research, IRB Member Conflicts of Interest, and MoreTags:
From a new report that indicates that the use of regulated animals in biomedical research is declining to an editorial arguing for the use of female mice in research, animal research takes center stage in this week’s Research Ethics Roundup.
Conflicts of Interest on Institutional Review Boards Remain Problematic: A recent study in JAMA Internal Medicine concluded that while there has been significant progress with respect to reporting and managing institutional review board (IRB) member conflict of interests, there is still more work to be done. Ed Silverman reports on the findings in this article from The Wall Street Journal’s Pharmalot[...] Read more
Technology takes center stage in this week's Research Ethics Roundup. On Monday, Apple introduced a new open-source framework that could have significant implications for the research enterprise, while, on the same day, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) released draft guidance aimed at clarifying the use of electronic processes to obtain informed consent.
Apple's ResearchKit Is a New Way to Do Medical Research: On Monday, Apple announced ResearchKit, an "open-source framework that lets medical researchers create diagnostic apps that tap into the screens and accelerometers on the iPhone." This article from Wired discusses the announcement and how the use of the framework could revolutionize research.[...] Read more