OCTRI Writing and Obtaining Informed Consent

The objective of this class is to increase knowledge of the purpose and procedures for obtaining informed consent.

When
May 7, 2020
8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
Where
3410 S.W. Bond Avenue
Portland, Oregon 97239
Room: A 1217
Contact Information

45.4973002, -122.6860744

Class description

This is a series of classes sponsored by the Oregon Clinical and Translational Research Institute (OCTRI).  The classes are designed for OHSU employees who are working as research coordinators. 

The intent of the program is to provide in depth education through lecture, examples, and exercises on clinical research coordinator activities. The overall objective of the OCTRI Study Coordinator Training Series is to increase working knowledge of conducting clinical research at OHSU.

The objective of this class is to increase knowledge of the purpose and procedures for obtaining informed consent.  The class will include writing tips, negotiating language with industry sponsors, HIPAA, and in-depth discussion of the meaning of the subject injury/liability/ and cost boilerplate language. 

At the end of the class students should know:

  • Identify the required elements of consent
  • Identify the correct OHSU IRB consent template
  • Readability
  • How to obtain consent from adults, minors, decisionally impaired adults and individuals with limited English Proficiency
  • How to document consent
  • When to use a waiver of authorization vs prep to research form
  • Common consent problems.