FDA/OHRP Harmonization and Your HRPP Operations
The highly anticipated harmonization between the Common Rule and U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) regulations for human subject protections is underway. While it’s by no means complete, the Notice of Proposed Rule Making (NPRM) gave us a glimpse into where the two sets of regulations may intersect and where they may diverge. Thus, we’ve reached a point where institutions should begin considering – and planning for – the impact on their human research protection program (HRPP) operations.
Join us for a discussion on the HRPP opportunities and challenges through FDA and OHRP harmonization. Our expert panelists will outline what harmonization means and important differences potentially remaining between the regulations. They will also share practical steps for HRPPs and institutional leadership to make the most of proposed changes.
- Identify key differences between OHRP and FDA research regulations
- Describe ways harmonization may impact HRPP operations at different institutions
- Define strategies for re-aligning resources to better support more harmonized regulations
MHA, CHRC, CIP
John R. Baumann
Associate Vice President for Research Compliance, Indiana University
MHL, CHRC, CIP
SVP & IO, IRB/IBC Regulatory
Who should watch?
This content applies to VPs of Research, Institutional Officials, IRB/HRPP professionals, research compliance professionals, research professionals from research institutions, academic medical centers, hospital systems, and other sites with local IRBs, research professionals planning and conducting multisite clinical trials, and others involved in IRB/HRPP activities for multisite clinical trials.
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DATE: June 15, 2023
Time: 1 pm ET | 10 am PT
Duration: 1 hour