Thanking and returning results to study participants honors research volunteers, helps build trust in the clinical research process, and is simply the right thing to do! Join us for an engaging discussion on the benefits, methodology, and resources available to develop thank you cards and lay summaries of aggregate results in a language and format that is understandable and easy to read.
Sites are so busy that quality assurance is often overlooked and only becomes a focus when issues arise or when there is an audit. We will describe our experience creating a culture of quality using an integrative approach in a team environment.
How can we identify investigators, train them and all the while keep them engaged?
Join co-Investigators as they share their experiences in conducting a pilot study on the role of Measurement Based Care (MBC) in improving mental health outcomes, its role in defying clinical inertia (the failure to change treatment plans despite the lack of improvement in symptom severity), and significance of a novel technology in the current healthcare system.
This presentation will look at opportunities for flexibility in human research protection programs that can facilitate research, including the notion that the resources devoted to the evaluation and management of research should be calibrated appropriately according to the risks posed by the research. In addition, the presentation will briefly consider some changes to the Common Rule and impacts on HRPPs.