If anyone is reviewing the list of speakers at next week’s DIA conference (June 15 – 19, in San Diego), be sure to consider the presentation by Quorum’s Mitchell Parrish, JD, RAC, CIP. Mitchell has years of experience as an attorney specializing in clinical research, and on June 17 he will discuss research and consent issues in emergency rooms and other acute care settings.
But you don’t have to go to San Diego to learn from Quorum’s experts. You can get the guidance of our in-house team of attorneys right at your desk. Quorum has a growing library of presentations, videos, and resources available online any time, anywhere. Here is a rundown of Quorum presentations; if you missed any of the webinars when they were first broadcast, you can catch up here:
- Understanding Reporting Obligations to the IRB: Mitchell Parrish explains an IRB’s expectations about what events to report to an IRB during a research study.
- Biobanking & Future Research: Addressing the “Unknown” in Protocol and Consent: Regulatory attorney J. Claire Carbary, JD, CIP, discusses Canadian and U.S. regulations regarding the collection of genetic samples or information; ways to manage the gathering of those samples within a research protocol and consent form; and some issues around returning any discovered information to participants.
- Research Involving Subjects with Limited Capacity: IRB Expectations for Recruitment and Consent: J. Claire Carbary, JD, CIP, provides important guidance about the complexities of research involving two vulnerable populations: children and adults with diminished decision-making capacities.
- eConsent for Research: Considerations in Implementation and IRB Review: eConsent technology is rapidly bringing change to the clinical trials industry. In this webinar, J. Claire Carbary, JD, CIP helps you make sense of the coming eConsent revolution.
- IRB Evaluation of Advertisements, Consent Forms, and Study Tools: Regulatory expert J. Claire Carbary, JD, CIP reviews the common concerns that IRBs have about these most common materials that participants receive during a research study.
- Navigating Research in Pediatric Populations: Mitchell Parrish details the concerns about and regulations regarding research that involves children.
- Research & HIPAA: Recruitment, Consent, and Beyond: J. Claire Carbary, JD, CIP, discusses how HIPAA’s requirements for privacy intersect with the management of participants in a clinical trial.
- Using Social Media in Research: Regulatory & IRB Considerations: Mitchell and Claire share an IRB’s perspective on the growing use of social media in clinical research.
If you do make it to DIA, come by Quorum’s booth (#2030) to say hello, and remember Mitchell’s presentation. It’s at 10:30am on June 17.
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