Focus on the Revised Common Rule Webinar Series

Overview

The recordings from PRIM&R’s webinar series, Focus on the Revised Common Rule, are now available for purchase. Developed and presented by experts in the field, these webinars offer convenient, affordable, in-depth analysis of the most pressing areas of change for human research protections professionals seeking to understand the revised Rule.

PRIM&R offers these webinars individually as well as in a discounted bundle of all five on-demand webinars. In addition, we offer discounted bundles of four webinars tailored for professionals who review either biomedical or social, behavioral, and educational research (SBER).

CIP Credit labelWebinar viewers holding the Certified IRB Professional (CIP®) credential may apply 1.5 continuing education credits from each webinar towards CIP recertification. Learn More »

Webinars

Please see below for details about each webinar in the series and to purchase individual webinars. Each webinar comes with two Research Ethics Snapshots, one-page deeper dives into specific aspects of the revised Rule, to aid IRB staff in understanding the regulations and in sharing their new knowledge with their IRB members.

Primer on the Revised Common Rule

On-Demand Webinar Recording

Speakers: P. Pearl O'Rourke, MD and Heather Pierce, JD, MPH

This webinar recording from January 2017 provides an overview of the major changes presented in the Rule as well as an explanation of the rulemaking process.

Purchase Primer on the Revised Common Rule webinar recording only.

Informed Consent

On-Demand Webinar Recording

Speakers: Jeremy Corsmo, MPH, CIP, CHRC and Paula McAllister, PhD, CIP

This webinar will discuss new elements of the Rule impacting informed consent, including:

  • Changes in the basic and additional elements of the informed consent
  • New requirement that consent documents begin with a concise presentation of key information, presented in a manner that facilitates the subject's understanding
  • New broad consent option for the collection, storage, and secondary research use of biospecimens or identifiable private information
  • Changes in the criteria for waiver of informed consent related to screening/recruitment and research involving the use of identifiable biospecimens and/or data
  • Clarifications regarding the determination of who is a legally authorized representative
  • Increased clarity regarding requirements/methods for documentation of informed consent

Purchase Focus on the Revised Common Rule: Informed Consent webinar recording only.

Exemption Categories and Select Types of Review

On-Demand Webinar Recording

Speakers: Karen Christianson, RN, BSN, CCRP and Paula McAllister, PhD, CIP

This webinar will examine and discuss key operational and administrative provisions in the new Rule, including:

  • Activities classified as "not research"
  • New exempt categories for low-risk studies
  • Limited IRB review
  • Changes related to expedited review
  • Circumstances under which continuing review is no longer required
  • Elimination of the option for FWA holders to check the box, and potential impacts on review

Purchase Focus on the Revised Common Rule: Exemption Categories and Select Types of Review webinar recording only.

Biospecimens and Identifiable Private Information

On-Demand Webinar Recording

Speakers: P. Pearl O'Rourke, MD and Heather Pierce, JD, MPH

This webinar will discuss provisions specific to research with biospecimens and identifiable private information under the new Rule. Specific topics will include:

  • The expansion of exempt categories that allow:
    • Use and recording of identifiable information
    • Secondary use of identifiable biospecimens and information
    • Storage, maintenance and secondary research use of identifiable private information and biospecimens
  • New, limited IRB reviews for select exempt categories
  • The role of HIPAA
  • New elements in informed consent related to research with biospecimens and identifiable private information

Purchase Biospecimens and Identifiable Private Information webinar recording only.

Implications for SBER

*Please note this on-demand webinar will be posted on or before June 29, 2017.*

Speakers: Elizabeth Buchanan, PhD and Jeffrey Cohen, PhD, CIP

This webinar will discuss elements of the new Rule that will impact oversight of SBER, including:

  • New definitions of research to exclude scholarly and journalistic activities
  • The expansion of exempt categories that allow:
    • Use and recording of identifiable information
    • Storage, maintenance and secondary research use of identifiable private information
  • Broad consent for identifiable private information
  • Exemptions for research involving benign behavioral interventions

PurchaseFocus on the Revised Common Rule: Implications for SBER only.

Fees

Purchase a webinar bundle and save up to 40% on our standard webinar pricing. Individual nonmembers can become a PRIM&R member at no additional cost by adding membership to their cart before purchasing a webinar bundle.

  Individual Webinars Biomedical Bundle
(4 webinars)
SBER Bundle
(4 webinars)
Full Bundle
(5 webinars)
Individual Member $145 each $350 $350 $450
Group Member $325 each $800 $800 $1,025
Individual Nonmember $200 each $540 $540 $640
Individual Nonmember + Membership Only available with purchase of a bundle $540 $540 $640
Group Nonmember $400 each $1,000 $1,000 $1,325

Thank You to our Supporters!

PRIM&R thanks FTI Consulting, Schulman IRB, Evisions, and WIRB for supporting this webinar series.

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