Changes to NIH Policy for Issuing Certificates of Confidentiality: What You Need to Know
NIH’s policy for certificates of confidentiality changed so that CoCs are automatically issued for all NIH-funded research that uses sensitive information.
IBC vs. IRB: What’s the Difference?
Gene therapy research is full of promise, but because of the risks, it’s a highly regulated space requiring oversight by an institutional biosafety committee (IBC).
Informed Consent in Research and Individuals with Impaired Decision-Making Capacity
This blog outlines the principle of equitable selection and the requirement for additional safeguards for certain vulnerable groups.
IRB-Connect allows seamless access for your data from Advarra's Center for IRB Intelligence (CIRBI) Platform to your eTMF.
Non-English Speaking Research Subjects: What’s in the Regs?
Recently, the clinical research community has been making efforts to include more diverse subject populations in clinical studies.
Evaluating eConsent: Some Considerations from an IRB Perspective
eConsent technology can often better inform participants than just the traditional paper consent, which is great from an IRB perspective.
Component Analysis: Analyzing Benefits and Risks of Individual Interventions to Ensure Appropriate Research Participant Protections
A major element of any IRB review is the examination of potential benefits and risks to study participants.
IRB Review of Adaptive Design Studies
Learn why the popularity of adaptive design in clinical research is continuing to grow!
“Single IRB” vs “Central IRB” – What’s the Difference?
Is there a difference between the terms sIRB and cIRB?
Beginner’s Guide to Clinical Trial Performance Metrics
Learn what clinical trial performance metrics are, why they are important and which key metrics for clinical trials you should be measuring.
Solutions to safeguard trial participants regardless of project scope, therapeutic niche, or number of investigators.
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