Office for Human Research Protections (OHRP), Department of Health and Human Services (HHS)
This workshop will examine issues of concern to IRBs that review SBER protocols. Intermediate and general level presentations will include case discussion, and will focus on the practical (and realistic) application of ethical and regulatory concepts and principles. Speakers will explore the topics of students as participants in research, including Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act; issues surrounding privacy, confidentiality, and anonymity; and data-sharing in SBER. There will be ample opportunity for discussion and sharing of best practices. This session will be hosted in Zoom and attendees are encouraged use the video and audio features to actively participate in the dialogue.
Understand and describe basic concepts of the topics presented and their regulatory or legal basis
Identify how the concepts apply in research studies that IRBs review
Evaluate best practices for minimizing risk to participants in SBER related to these concepts