This webinar discusses researcher noncompliance with IRB-approved protocols. Noncompliance determinations can seem clear-cut, but they are often nuanced. There are many factors to consider when making a determination. These include the institution’s written policies, procedures, and other documents available to researchers and reviewers.
During this webinar, the presenter explores case examples and some of the different corrective actions that could be required of a researcher. It is hoped that through sharing examples from one institution’s approach, learners can clarify potential improvements to their own integrity and compliance programs.
Compliance Professionals, HRPP Directors, Institutional Officials, IRB Members and Administrators, Quality Assurance/Quality Improvement Professionals, Research Integrity Officers, Researchers
Meet the Presenter
Lisa Blackman-Siddall, PhD – Capella University
Dr. Blackman-Siddall is a licensed clinical psychologist and retired USAF officer. Currently, she serves as the Research Integrity and Compliance Manager at Capella University. Her primary roles are to investigate IRB protocol noncompliance and research misconduct. She holds a PhD in Clinical Psychology and tries to hold on to humor.