OHRP understands that everyone is busy and may not have time for an hour-long video. To meet this need, OHRP created a series of short tutorials (each around 15 minutes long) that focus on specific aspects of HHS human subjects regulations and policy. These mini-tutorials are designed to help human research protections professionals build on their knowledge. OHRP’s materials are intended for public use and distribution, and we invite you to share or link to them from your website.
This video, produced in 1986 by the National Library of Medicine, depicts an Institutional Review Board (IRB) in action and explains the IRB review criteria. (October 25, 2017)
Watch: IRB Review Criteria
This webinar from the Office for Human Research Protections (OHRP) discusses the regulatory requirements for quorum and voting in convened IRB meetings. It explains the requirements and provides examples to help viewers think through applying the regulations.
Watch: Quorum and Voting in IRB Meetings
This webinar from the Office for Human Research Protections (OHRP) discusses the HHS regulations and policies related to IRB membership requirements. It explains the requirements and provides examples to help viewers think through applying the regulations. (April 28, 2017)
Watch: Membership Requirements for Institutional Review Boards (IRB)
Prisoner Research 1: 45 CFR 46 Subpart C-Basics (16:23)
OHRP's Julia Gorey discusses the history and requirements of subpart C for research with prisoners, including who is considered a prisoner, IRB review of research with prisoners, allowable categories of prisoner research, and subpart C certification. (Feb 13, 2017)
Watch: Prisoner Research 1: 45 CFR 46 Subpart C-Basics
Reporting to OHRP 1: What's Necessary, What's Not (11:47)
OHRP staff member Lisa Buchanan explains what constitutes unanticipated problems, adverse events, serious non-compliance, and continuing non-compliance, in addition to discussing IRB suspensions and terminations. She also explains requirements for written procedures for reporting to OHRP. (Mar 3, 2017)
Watch: Reporting to OHRP 1: What's Necessary, What's Not
Reporting to OHRP 2 (12:55)
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Content last reviewed on March 4, 2016