This will be a two day event full with keynote presentations, interactive workshops, and exhibits, plus lots of opportunities for professional networking.

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Day 1: Applied / Workshop Day - September 6, 2017

Time Group A Group B
7:00–7:30 Breakfast and Registration  
7:30–9:00 Group A:
Brief Welcome
"When Does my Protocol Need IRB Review: Impact of OHRP Regulations on IRB Review"
 
9:00–9:15 Break (15 min)

Group B:

Registration

Networking and
Exhibitor Review

9:15–11:15 Group A:
"Thinking through Case Studies: Bridging the Gap between Study Design & IRB Review"
11:15–11:30 Break (15 min)
11:30–12:30 Plenary Presentation: Michele Russell-Einhorn
"Consent in 2017: A New Landscape"
12:30–1:15 Lunch
1:15–2:15 "I Thought You'd Never Ask...A Conversation with IRB Chairs"
Local Panel  

Terry Malone, Bob Frenck, Mike Linke, and Sara Harnish
2:15–2:30

Group A:
Evaluation and Transition to
Networking

Exhibitor review

Break (15 min)
2:30–3:45 Group B:
Brief Welcome
"
When Does my Protocol Need IRB Review: Impact of OHRP Regulations on IRB Review"
3:45–4:00 Break (15 min)
4:00–6:00   Group B:
"Thinking through Case Studies: Bridging the Gap between Study Design & IRB Review"
6:00–6:15   Evaluation & Day 1 Closing Remarks

 

Day 2: Theoretical / Conference Day – September 7, 2017

Time Track 1 (ethics / regulatory) Track 2 (community / CBPR) Track 3 (novel / technology / mobile)
8:00–9:00 Registration and Breakfast
9:00–9:15 Welcome and Opening Remarks
9:15–10:15 Keynote Address: "Jazz, Blues, and Improvisation - the Changing Rhythm of Ethical Clinical Research" - Christine Grady
10:15–10:30 Break
10:30–11:15 Plenary 1: Dr. Jerry Menikoff – "Overview of the 2018 Changes to the Common Rule"
11:15–12:15 Plenary 2: Joe Konstan – "Improvised Exemptions: A Soloist's Perspective"
12:15–1:00 Lunch
1:00–2:00 "Investigator Responsibilities: Striking a Chord for Compliant Innovation" – Stuart Goldstein and Jonathan Thompson "Learning Health Networks - Harmonic Collaborations of Patients, Clinicians, Researchers and Health Systems" – Peter Margolis "Research Consent Using Telemedicine: Acute Stroke as a Case Study" – Opeolu Adeoye
2:00–2:15 Break
2:15–3:15 "Ethical Considerations of Working with Drug-Using Patients in Clinical Research" – Bill Stoops "Strategies for Rapid and Robust Ethics Review of Disaster Research" – Angela Morley "Conducting Human Subjects Research in a Basic Research Department" – Jason Heikenfeld
3:15–3:30 Break
 3:30–4:30 "Why does it have to be So Difficult? Let’s Just Measure 'Understanding'" - Rick Ittenbach and Jeremy Corsmo
"Human subject protection: perspectives from a community-based participatory researcher" – Nancy Schoenberg

"From Improvisational Riffs to Symphonic Harmonies: TeleICU Research - Searching for Melodies in Chaotic Cacophonous Critical Care" – Ralph Panos

4:30–5:00 Ask the Feds
5:00–5:15 Evaluation & Closing Remarks