As the end of the first year of the revised Common Rule era approaches, it’s time for a check-in: how is the human subjects research oversight community doing so far with the new requirements? In particular, how have we acclimated to the revised Common Rule’s implications for informed consent? Many institutions have incorporated the new requirement for a summary of key information to assist potential research subjects in understanding the reasons why they might or might not want to participate in a study. There is less clarity, however, around other items, including return of research results and future use of identifiable data and biospecimens.
In lieu of official guidance, learning from one another is paramount. During this webinar, three panelists will share insights related to their institutional policies and procedures in this area. Join us to discuss successes, challenges, and lessons learned. (Presented on October 23, 2019)
- Overview of the informed consent requirements in the revised Common Rule
- New requirements and proposed benefits
- Challenges that were anticipated prior to the implementation date
- Broader implications of these requirements for policy and institutional practices
- Real-world experiences from three institutions pertaining to the key information summary
- New consent form language, training, reception by research subjects, new policies, and future plans
- Challenges and questions pertaining to return of results and future use of identifiable data and biospecimens
What will I learn?
After attending this webinar, you will be able to:
- Describe current challenges, successes, lessons learned, and innovations pertaining to the new informed consent requirements in the revised Common Rule
- Identify strategies that could benefit your organization in adapting to the regulatory changes
Who should attend?
The intended audience for this webinar is IRB and HRPP personnel, including institutional leaders of these groups. Research personnel and others in research administration may also benefit from attending.
Webinar participants holding the Certified IRB Professional (CIP®) credential may apply 1.25 continuing education credits towards CIP recertification. Learn More »
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