Social Media for Research Recruitment: Ethical and Practical Aspects
Social media continues to prove a promising recruitment mechanism for clinical research, but there is still a lack of regulatory and ethical guidance available to guide the design and review of social media recruitment techniques.
In this webinar, Luke Gelinas, IRB Chairperson at Advarra, addresses ethical and practical issues involved with social media recruitment. He advances a pragmatic method for IRB review using case studies to illustrate how ethical principles can be applied. He also identifies ways to navigate potentially novel aspects of social media recruitment.
- Outline the empirical literature on social media’s effectiveness as a research recruitment tool
- Apply sound methodology for designing and reviewing social media recruitment techniques
- Describe how the ethical principles of respect for privacy and investigator transparency apply in the social media context
Who should watch?
This content applies to IRBs members, investigators, sponsors representatives, research site representatives, research coordinators, and other research professionals involved in design or review of social media recruitment techniques.
This session meets the Certified IRB Professional (CIP) recertification guidelines for a maximum of 1 credit.
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DATE: June 10, 2021
Time: 1 pm ET | 10 am PT
Duration: 1 hour