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Date: Thursday, July 15, 2021

Length: 25 minutes

Instructors: Christine Choy, Caitlin Farley

Learning Level: Fundamental

Primary Audience: Clinical Research Staff

Prerequisite: None

Skills Domain: Study and Site Management

Catch up on hot topics in IRB compliance from the July 2021 Clinical Research Staff Quarterly Training.

Big changes are coming to IRB forms and submission processes! Enroll to watch the archived recordings from the July 15 session of the Tufts Medical Center and Tufts CTSI Professional Education Clinical Research Staff Quarterly Training series. You’ll get the inside scoop on what is new, what you are going to be required to do, and best practices for working with the Tufts IRB. If you are involved in study start-up activities or interact with research participants or IRB submissions these sessions are for you!

Featured Topics

Diversity Enrollment, Biospecimen Banking, and More!

The IRB office has recently updated their forms and templates to reflect new processes to highlight and improve enrollment of diverse populations, their updated Biospecimen banking (formerly tissue banking) policy, and much more. You will learn about all these changes; which forms, templates, and policies were revised, created, and eliminated and how these changes will affect current and new studies.

Best Practices for IRB Submissions and Responding to IRB Comments

The IRB office is also pleased to provide some tips and guidance on how to have a smooth and efficient IRB review of your projects. You will learn best practices for submitting studies to the Tufts IRB, responding to comments and requested revisions and getting your study approved as quickly as possible.

Dates: Wednesday December 9th 12pm-1:00pm  
Location: Zoom  
 This Course is Free