"Embracing Diversity and Innovation in Research" - Northwell Health, Feinstein Institutes of Medical Research [OHRP Research Community Forum, May 11-12, 2022]
This virtual event focused on the role of new frontiers and challenges facing human research protection programs, including an exploration of the institution’s role in enhancing research integrity; ethical challenges in review of AI research; the institution’s role in handling detrimental research practices; ensuring data integrity in online research; and how to balance privacy protections with broad data sharing requirements and the open science movement.
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A conversation with IRB professionals: Learn what they do and how they can help you navigate protecting human participants in research.
This webinar covered the following:
How IRBs support the preliminary reviews of research studies at institutions What assistance IRBs can give investigators on protecting research subjects Additional roles IRBs play in supporting institutions’ oversight for research.
- Colleen Kohashi, BA, MA, Research Compliance Administrator at the University of California, Berkeley
- Myra Luna-Lucero, BA, MA, Ed.D., Research Compliance Director at Teachers College, Columbia University
- Alan Stockdale, BA, MA, MS, Ph.D., Human Protections Program Director, Education Development Center
The ABCs of 104: Understanding exemption categories [Webinar Series on the Basics of the Common Rule - March 4, 2022 & March 23, 2022]
This presentation will help attendees understand what exemption to the Common Rule means, conditions for the different exemption categories, and when human subjects research may qualify for an exemption according to the Common Rule. IRB administrators, researchers, reviewers, grant administrators, institutional leaders, and anyone who works in an area related to human research would find this presentation helpful.
What is research, what isn’t, and, who is a human subject anyway? – Explaining Common Rule terms in plain language [Webinar Series on the Basics of the Common Rule - February 25, 2022 & March 30, 2022]
This presentation explained when an activity is or is not considered ‘research’, and who is or is not a ‘human subject’ according to the Common Rule. It is intended to help IRB administrators, researchers (including student researchers), reviewers, grant administrators, institutional leaders, and anyone who works in an area related to human research understand how the Common Rule functions.
Nothing basic about it, but we’ll try to make it so – Common Rule ABCs with OHRP [Webinar Series on the Basics of the Common Rule - February 18. 2022 & April 6, 2022]
This presentation covered why we have regulations to protect research participants, how they function, and who needs to comply with them. It is intended for anyone looking to understand the general framework for how the review and approval process works for human research protections and is perfect for those who are new to the field of human subjects research!
Review of Third-Party Research Risk: Is There A Role For IRBs? [Exploratory Workshop - September 24, 2021]
OHRP hosted its 4th annual Exploratory workshop on third-party risks in research. This workshop explored third-party risks that result from different types of research, the limits of risk to third parties, the role of IRBs and more. Watch the video for Session I to learn about who may be third parties impacted by research and what are some of the concerns, ethical and others, regarding risk of research to third parties. Review Session II video for the engaging presentations and discussion on the review of third-party research risks.
Access our event page for the videos, agenda, program book, and more: https://www.hhs.gov/ohrp/education-and-outreach/exploratory-workshop/2021-workshop/index.html.
Supporting Ethical Research Involving American Indian/Alaska Native (AI/AN) Populations [Workshop - August 26, 2021]
OHRP hosted a virtual workshop on research involving American Indian and Alaska Native (AI/AN) populations with a special welcome address from Dr. Rachel L. Levine. The workshop discussed important considerations for conducting research involving AI/AN populations, including how to incorporate indigenous interests in the design of the research and obtain appropriate approvals. The workshop also provided an overview of helpful materials from the Indian Health Service, and training resources for committees reviewing AI/AN research.
Watch the archived video and find other details about the event at https://www.hhs.gov/ohrp/education-and-outreach/educational-collaboration-with-ohrp/workshops/ohrp-hosted-workshops-aug2021/index.html