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Issues Related to Type of Research

Conducting Internet Research: Challenges and Strategies for IRBs

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.)

Watch: Conducting Internet Research: Challenges and Strategies for IRBs

Biobanking: When Issues with Tissues Come a’Knockin’

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.)

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

Research Use of Human Biological Specimens and Other Private Information

OHRP's Julie Kaneshiro discusses the challenges and complexities of applying the HHS regulations to activities involving biological specimens and other private information, including when they do and do not apply. This video is best suited for those who already have basic understanding of the HHS regulations. (Jul 5, 2010)

Watch: Research Use of Human Biological Specimens and Other Private Information