Didn’t Expect that to Happen: Events that must be Reported Promptly to the IRB
After a new study is approved, researchers must promptly report certain events to the IRB for evaluation. This is in addition to other required notifications to other entities, like regulatory agencies and the study sponsor, and managing these various reporting obligations can sometimes be complicated.
In this webinar, Lauri Carlile, Advarra Sr. Vice President, Operations, and Tom Closson, Advarra Executive Director, IRB Services, Safety & Ongoing Review, explain what does and does not need to be reported to the IRB. They provide definitions of reportable events, such as unanticipated problems (UAPs) and unanticipated adverse device events (UADEs), and discuss example scenarios to help researchers better understand how to evaluate potentially reportable events.
After attending this free webinar, attendees will be able to:
- Explain why reporting to the IRB is necessary
- Describe the impact of under-reporting and over-reporting
- Identify the types of events that must be reported promptly to the IRB
Sr Vice President, Operations
BS, RPh, CIP
Executive Director, IRB Services, Safety & Ongoing Review
Who should watch?
This content applies to investigators and site staff, sponsor representatives, CRO representatives, and other research professionals involved in reporting to the IRB
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DATE: June 17, 2021
Time: 1 pm ET | 10 am PT
Duration: 1 hour