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Part 3 – The Belmont Report: Basic Ethical Principles and their Application (26:49)

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This video is part of a series produced in 1986 by the National Library of Medicine. This segment describes the basic ethical principles that underlie research involving human subjects, illustrates their application in case studies, and shows the principles at work in the resolution of ethical conflicts. (Oct 25, 2017)

Note: This video was created before the 2018 revisions of the Common Rule and may include information that is not up to date.

Watch: Part 3 – The Belmont Report: Basic Ethical Principles and their Application

Quorum and Voting in IRB Meetings (22:16)

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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. (Oct 18, 2017)

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Membership Requirements for Institutional Review Boards (IRB) (13:01)

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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)

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Prisoner Research 1: 45 CFR 46 Subpart C - Basics (16:23)

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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)

Note: This video was created before the 2018 revisions of the Common Rule and may include information that is not up to date.

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Prisoner Research 2: Considerations When a Subject Becomes a Prisoner (18:16)

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OHRP's Julia Gorey discusses the ways prisoners may become involved in research and trigger subpart C protections, the relevant areas of regulatory concern, and IRB review of subpart C research. (Feb 13, 2017)

 

Note: This video was created before the 2018 revisions of the Common Rule and may include information that is not up to date.

Watch: Prisoner Research 2: Considerations When a Subject Becomes a Prisoner 

What You Should Know About IRB Review of Research (54:54)

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OHRP's Jaime Hernandez discusses the structure and roles of IRBs. He presents the regulatory criteria for IRB approval of research to help investigators understand what it takes to submit a successful research protocol. (Presented at the Trinity Health 2016 Virtual Research Summit, Apr 14, 2016.)

Note: This video was created before the 2018 revisions of the Common Rule and may include information that is not up to date.

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Conducting Internet Research: Challenges and Strategies for IRBs (54:44)

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Laura Odwazny, from the HHS Office of the General Counsel, addresses how the HHS regulations apply to research using the Internet. Topics include: assessing privacy and identifiability of subject information, using the Internet for recruitment and retention, informed consent, and maintaining confidentiality. (May 8, 2014)

CE: 1:00 CIP Unit (OHRP doesn't provide documentation but viewers can provide the date, time, title, and URL on the CIP recertification application.)

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The Research Clinic (interactive)

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The HHS Office of Research Integrity (ORI) and OHRP developed this interactive training video to educate clinical and social researchers on the importance of protecting research subjects and avoiding research misconduct. Viewers assume the role of one of four characters and determine the outcome by making various decisions.

Watch: The Research Clinic

Biobanking: When Issues with Tissues Come a’Knockin’ (1:03:05)

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Carol J. Weil, from the National Cancer Institute, and former OHRP staff, Samantha Smith, discuss ethical and regulatory issues involving the collection, storage, and research use of biospecimens including, informed consent frameworks, privacy concerns, the identifiability, models for data sharing, and return of research results. (Nov 20, 2013)

CE: 1:00 CIP Unit (OHRP doesn't provide documentation but viewers can provide the date, time, title, and URL on the CIP recertification application.)

Note: This video was created before the 2018 revisions of the Common Rule and may include information that is not up to date.

Watch: Biobanking: When Issues with Tissues Come a’Knockin’