2020 IRB VIRTUAL CONFERENCE - July 30, 2020

Join NWABR and its conference partners, the WIRB-Copernicus Group and Advarra as we host our annual IRB Conference on July 30, 2020.  We will feature presentations by the Office for Human Research Protections (OHRP) as in years past. 

CoronaVirus Impact on IRB Conference

Due to the popularity of this conference, and the unknown risk of us all meeting in the same space, we have elected to host this conference virtually. This allows us to fully participate and to open the conference to people outside our geographic region at a lower cost.  NWABR has reconfirmed the intention of all faculty to participate. 

Attendees will be able to view all presentations live and those presentations will also be recorded for offline viewing by registered attendees.  This service will be offered through the GoToMeeting and GoToWebinar platforms.

CE providers have confirmed that credits can still be given for such a virtual conference!

Conference Program

Main Auditorium

Breakout Sessions

Time

Speaker(s)

Topic

Speaker(s)

Topic

7.45am

Ken Gordon (NWABR)

David Forster JD, MA, CIP (WCG)

Michelle Russell-Einhorn JD (Advarra)

Formal Conference Open

 

 

8.00am

Irene Stith-Coleman, Ph.D. (OHRP)

Clarifying the Rules

 

 

 

9.00am

Lynn Rose, Ph.D. (Benaroya Research Institute)

Pre-submission meetings – preparing for your first encounter with FDA

David Forster JD, MA, CIP (WCG)

IRB Chairs Discussion

10.00am

Break

 

 

 

10.30am

David Borasky, MPH, CIP (WCG)

Limited, Exempt and Expedited Review

Andrea McDowell PhD (Seattle University) and Sandy Martinez (Central Washington University)

Small IRB Programs

11.30am

Michelle Russell-Einhorn (Advarra), and

Malia Fullerton (University of Washington)

Privacy and Human Subjects Research

Elyse Summers JD and Michelle Feige MSW, LCSW-C (AAHRPP)

Changes to AAHRPP Guidelines following the new Common Rule

12.30pm

Lunch

 

 

 

1.30pm

Benjamin C. Silverman MD (Partners Health Care System/Harvard Medical School)

Marijuana in Human Subjects Research

Julie Slayton JD, PhD (University of Southern California)

Challenging PIs

2.30pm

Luke Gelinas MA, PhD (Advarra)

Social Media and Human Subjects Research

Angela L. Bruch PhD (Capella University)

How to run a Virtual IRB meeting

3.30pm

Break

 

 

 

3.45pm

Megan Doer MS, LGC (Sage Bionetworks)

Wearables in Human Subjects Research

Ran Goldman MD (University of British Columbia)

Ethical Considerations in Neonatal Research

4.45pm

Stephen Rosenfeld MD (IRB Consultant), and James Riddle MCSE, CIP, CPIA, CRQM (Advarra)

Big Data in Human Subjects Research

Hallie Kassan, MS, CIP (The Feinstein Institutes for Medical Research, Northwell Health)

 

How institutions are responding to SIRB

 5.45pm   Conference Close    

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WHO SHOULD ATTEND THE 2020 IRB Conference?

  • IRB chairs, members, administrators and staff
  • Medical doctors, registered nurses and other staff involved in clinical research
  • Regulatory affairs and compliance/oversight personnel
  • Scientists and ethicists
  • Sponsors and contract and research organization staff involved in developing, managing or administering informed consent

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THANK YOU TO OUR SPONSOR PARTNERS   

 

WIRB or WCG has provided comprehensive regulatory expertise for the use of human subjects in research for more than 40 years. They offer customized training, consulting, and reviewing to support IRB research protocols and documentation.

 

 

Advarra is the premier provider of integrated IRB, IBC and global research compliance consulting services in North America. They provide customized, dedicated services for research institutions and are fully sIRB ready. 

 

 Accreditation

  • CIP  - The CIP Council has approved attendance at this program for 8 hours of CIP Recertification credits. 
  • ACRP - Attendance at this event has been pre‐approved for up to 8.00 contact hours of clinical research-related education on applications for Maintenance of ACRP’s CCRC®, CCRA®, CPI® or ACRP-CP® certification designations.
  • MCLE - The WA State MCLE Board has approved this conference for up to 2.00 hours of Law and Legal Credit, and up to 7.00 hours of Other Credit for a maximum total of 8.00 hours of MCLE Credit.  

Vendors

If you are also interested in sponsoring the IRB Conference or being a Vendor for the event please contact Ken Gordon at (206) 957-3337.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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