Social media can bring many advantages to research, but there are still plenty of unknowns. In this webinar, Dominic Chiarelli, JD, CIP, discusses how researchers can incorporate social media into their research plans.
About the Webinar
Presented by Dominic Chiarelli, JD, CIP, the webinar covered:
- What is social media and why it is important
- How social media can and is being used in research
- The regulatory and legal framework governing recruitment and how it relates to social media
- What IRBs look for when reviewing social media content
- Best practice tips for creating a research social media plan
About the Speaker
Dominic Chiarelli, JD, CIP, is Manager of Legal Affairs for Kinetiq, a consulting and technology division of Quorum Review IRB.
He served as a Regulatory Attorney at Quorum Review IRB and has in-depth knowledge of FDA, OHRP, and HIPAA laws and regulations. He has past experience as a regulatory analyst and IRB member for pediatric research.
In addition, he worked as a research assistant for three major academic research centers in the U.S., Australia, and Spain.
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