TAG ARCHIVES FOR research compliance

11
Nov2019

Meet Sierra Verbockel, BS, MPA, who'll be covering the 2019 Social, Behavioral, and Educational Research and Advancing Ethical Research Conferences (SBER19/AER19) as a member of the Blog Squad. Members of PRIM&R's Conference Blog Squad provide an insider's view of the conferences by sharing their experience before, during, and after the meeting. Read more

24
Apr2019

The Research Compliance Network (RCN) is a national consortium of representatives from academic medical centers, universities, and hospitals who are interested in postapproval monitoring and quality assurance and quality improvement activities (QA/QI). The group serves as a communication forum that allows members to exchange best practices, share strategies and resources, and collaborate to develop new tools. The RCN continues to grow and welcomes new members. Read more

22
Apr2019

Twenty years ago in 1999 I attended my first annual PRIM&R conference. I did so in the aftermath of then OPRR (now OHRP)’s shutdown of human subjects research that year of three federally funded institutions. At the time, there was a feeling of “there go I but for the grace of god;” if it could happen at these institutions, it could happen anywhere. Here we are in 2019, and there are once again scandals grabbing the research compliance headlines—this time involving scientific misconduct and questions of research integrity. And I cannot help but step back 20 years to that pivotal moment for IRBs and human subjects protections programs across the United States and ask again, what does a strong and robust Research Integrity program look like? Read more