Examining the Ethical and Regulatory Approaches to Artificial Intelligence (AI) in Human Subjects Research
12 October 2020 by Tamiko Eto, MS, CIP - Division of Research, Kaiser Permanente

We are excited to add two new modules to our Technology, Ethics, and Regulations course: “Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Ethics in Human Subjects Research” and…

The Most Overlooked Factor in Successful Tech Transfer
5 October 2020 by CITI Program

Research conducted at universities and academic medical centers is responsible for the development of a myriad of innovative products over the years. These innovations vary…

Turn Conflict Into Cooperation
10 August 2020 by LaVena Wilkin, PhD - Sullivan University

Most people learn reading, writing, and math in school. However, few of us learn how to productively manage the inevitable conflicts that show up in…

Clinic’s HIPAA Violations Result in Hacked Database and $1.5 Million Settlement
24 September 2020 by CITI Program

Hacking is a significant threat to health care data and attacks can be very costly. Recently, an orthopedic clinic serving 138,000 patients annually, paid $1,500,000…

The Path to Heritable Genome Editing
18 September 2020 by CITI Program

The U.S. National Academy of Medicine, National Academy of Sciences, and the UK’s Royal Society have formed the The International Commission on the Clinical Use…

Fighting Undue Foreign Influence in Research
17 September 2020 by CITI Program

The U.S. government, as well as academic leaders, are actively trying to protect their position as a global leader in research and technology. At the…

Remote Contact Tracing: Free Foundational Training to stop COVID-19 Spread From Home
15 September 2020 by Joanna Drowos, DO, MPH, MBA - Florida Atlantic University

As many organizations and communities struggle to stop the spread of COVID-19, contact tracing remains an effective public health strategy in this fight. Contact tracing…

GDPR Class Action Lawsuits Filed for 10 Billion Euros
15 September 2020 by CITI Program

The Privacy Collective filed wrongful use of personal data class-action lawsuits against Oracle and Salesforce (Forbes 2020). The companies are accused of violating the General…

Join OHRP’s 3rd Annual Exploratory Workshop on Single IRB (sIRB) Review
15 September 2020 by CITI Program

OHRP will be hosting Practical and Ethical Considerations for Single IRB Review on Thursday 17 September 2020. No registration is required and you can view…

Register for the Office of Minority Health’s Virtual Symposium on COVID-19
15 September 2020 by CITI Program

On Thursday, 17 September 2020, the Office of Minority Health (OMH) will be hosting a virtual symposium, Advancing the Response to COVID-19: Sharing Promising Programs…

OCR Launches Resources for Mobile Health App Developers
15 September 2020 by CITI Program

The Office for Civil Rights in Action (OCR) launched the Resources for Mobile Health App Developers, replacing their previous Health App Developer Portal. It provides…

Discrepancies Between ClinicalTrials.gov and Corresponding Publications
17 August 2020 by CITI Program

A recent study finds high rates of discordance between trial reporting on ClinicalTrials.gov and corresponding publications. Findings accentuate the need to monitor for accurate reporting….