IRB Notes: submitting continuing review questionnaires

Federal requirements dictate that studies and repository protocols be reviewed by the IRB annually. Continuing Review Questionnaires (CRQs) should be submitted at least 8 weeks prior to the...

IRB Notes: Interactions between eCoI and eIRB

The interactions between eCoI and eIRB The new conflict of interest reporting system housed in Big Brain, eCoI  has been up and running since late August. This system asks researchers to report...

Spring 2013 Institutional Review Board (IRB) analyst brown bags

April 25, 2013: The new and improved HIPAA research authorization process Led by Andrea Johnson 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. in UHS 8B60 New HIPAA regulations and guidance, which take effect on...

IRB Notes: quality improvement or research?

Quality improvement or research? How to make sure you're in the clear In the era of quality improvement, questions about how to make QI into scholarship come up frequently. FAQs about Quality...

Guidance on Data Safety and Monitoring Plans Brown Bag, March 28

Thursday, March 28, 2013 OHSU Hospital, 8B60 Presenter: Trish Lindstrom The Institutional Review Board (IRB) is responsible for evaluating a study to determine, among other things, whether risks...

Repository Refresher brown bag, Feb. 28

Repository Refresher or “I got my repository approved…now what??” Andrea Johnson Thursday, February 28, 2013 at 11:30 a.m. in UHS 8B60 What happens with those stored data and specimens...

IRB Notes: Enrollment questions in the Continuing Review Questionnaire

Continuing review is the ongoing monitoring mechanism by which Institutional Review Boards (IRBs) ensure the continuing protection of subjects who participate in research. The questions below, which...

Five reminders for working in the eIRB

1. Have a system outside the eIRB for ensuring no one's Conflict of Interest in Research (CoIR) compliance expires.  A whiteboard dedicated to this purpose, an excel spreadsheet, or a single-page...

IRB Notes: New NIH Regulations for Synthetic Nucleic Acid Molecules

Starting March 5, 2013, the NIH Guidelines will cover work with synthetic nucleic acid molecules in addition to current requirements for reviewing studies involving recombinant DNA molecules. With...