Thursday, March 27, 2014 UHS 8B60 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. The newly streamlined Initial Review Questionnaire, or IRQ, is rolling out in early March. This session, lead by OHSU Institutional Review Board analysts, will give you an in-depth tour of the changes and provide guidance on how they affect the rest of your IRB submission. Bring your questions! Learn about other changes to initial submissions in eIRB.
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IRB Update Hear details of recent and upcoming changes at the OHSU Institutional Review Board (IRB). See the new Local Context document and learn when and how to use it! Get a tour of the new Protocol Template, designed for investigator-initiated minimal risk studies – it will help you give the IRB all the information needed for your approval. Hear about other updates and get a peak of what’s coming next on Thursday, January 23, 2014 from … Read More
The Center for Health Systems Effectiveness is hosting the first Healthcare Analytics Brown Bag on January 2 at 3 p.m. in School of Nursing room 358. The event will bring together analysts from across campus who work to improve health care effectiveness, including people from ITG/health informatics, quality improvement, and financial services, as well as analysts who are embedded inside individual clinical departments. The meeting will kick off with a presentation by CHSE’s Lorie Jacob and … Read More
Think you might be interested in teaching? At the next OHSU Women in Science brown bag you will learn about what to expect when teaching at an undergraduate institution. Tamily Weissman-Unni, Ph.D., Lewis & Clark College, and Catherine de Rivera, Ph.D., Portland State University, will share their experiences about the job application process, balancing teaching and research, and give general advice for those interested in teaching undergraduates. So bring your lunches to the Biomedical Research Building, room … Read More
Q&A: Minimal risk research Got questions about minimal risk research? We’ve got answers! Join all of the IRB Analysts for a question and answer session this Thursday, November 14, from 10-11a.m. in OHSU Hospital 8B60 Questions: Email the Research Integrity Office.
Q&A: Unanticipated problems Got questions about unanticipated problems? We’ve got answers! Join all of the IRB Analysts for a question and answer session this Thursday, October 24, from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. in OHSU Hospital 8B60. Questions? Email the Research Integrity Office (ORIO).
STudents As ResearcherS: STARS in the IRB Sky Presenters: Lynn Marshall and Penny Hogarth, IRB Vice chairs Thursday, 9/26, noon to 1pm OHSU UH8B60 IRB analysts and vice chairs will lead a space walk through the basics of submitting your research to the Institutional Review Board (IRB) for review. We will cover our online submission system, the documents you need to prepare, what elements should be in the documents, and how to avoid common omissions … Read More
STudents As ResearcherS: STARS in the IRB Sky Penny Hogarth and Lynn Marshall Thursday September 26, 2013 Noon to 1 p.m. (note later start time) UHS 8B60 IRB analysts and vice chairs will lead a space walk through the basics of submitting your research to the Institutional Review Board (IRB) for review. We will cover our online submission system, the documents you need to prepare, what elements should be in the documents, and how to … Read More
May 23, 2013 Presented by: Melinda Allie and Kaija Maggard 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. UHS 8B60 Determining what is human subjects research and what is not can feel like a tricky process. Come discuss with the IRB Analysts why you must submit a request for determination to the IRB and gain a clearer understanding of how these regulatory-based decisions are made. Topics include: Quality Assessment and Improvement v. Research Human Subject v. Non-Human Subject … Read More
Led by Andrea Johnson April 25, 2013, 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. in UHS 8B60 New HIPAA regulations and guidance, which take effect on March 26, 2013, allow HIPAA authorizations for research studies to be built into the consent form in nearly all cases, even when the research has optional components. They also permit authorization for future research. This means fewer forms to submit and a more integrated process. Come learn about: The changes to … Read More