CREC Research Seminar Upcoming Events Calendar

 
 



Upcoming Seminars

Date/Time of Event

Title/Description

Credits

Location

Fall 2014

10/2/2014
11:00
- 12:00 PM
Closure of IRB Approved Protocols
This session will define and discuss UHCMC IRB Requirements for study closure. Included in the presentation will be a study close out checklist.

Presented by Erin Zaletel, MPH, CIP, Human Subjects Protection Specialist, Center for Clinical Research and Technology
3 UH RB&C Amphitheater Register
10/7/2014
1:30
- 2:30 PM
Research Documentation- The Nuts and Bolts
This session provides an overview of the fundamentals of research documentation, including, source documents, CRFs, essential regulatory documents required under ICH-GCP (International Conference on Harmonisation - Good Clinical Practice) and FDA regulations, storage and retention requirements for research data and tips for organizing and maintaining your research records.

Presented by Carrie O'Neill, BS, CCRC, Compliance and Education Specialist, CCRT, UHCMC
3 UH RB&C Amphitheater Register
10/8/2014
10:00
- 11:30 AM
Diversity in Research
Diversity in Research explores the scientific, ethical, and legal bases for the inclusion of diverse participants in research and the recruitment and hiring of diverse research staff. Potential barriers to diversity in the research context are discussed.

This workshop meets the requirements of the CWRU Office of Inclusion, Diversity, and Equal Opportunity (OIDEO) for participation on CWRU search committees.
4 KSL LL-06 Register
10/9/2014
3:00
- 4:00 PM
How to Use ResearchMatch as a Recruitment Tool
Research Match has a simple goal - to bring together two groups of people who are looking for one another:

1. People trying to find research studies to participate in

2. Researchers who are looking for study participants

During this session researchers will learn step by step how to register and begin utilizing this valuable tool to increase enrollment in their studies.

Attend from your desk and Register using this link: https://student.gototraining.com/r/4250629838878221568

Presented by Kathy Edson, ResearchMatch Program Manager, Vanderbilt University
0 Lakeside 1400, UHCMC Register
10/15/2014
1:00
- 2:30 PM
Clinical Research Forum
This forum is for all members of the research community to discuss timely research topics. This is a great opportunity to network as we collaborate to drive discovery at UHCMC.

Topics for this day include:

1. The Tissue Resources Core-
Presenter: Bob Wyza, Director of Operations, Human Tissue Procurement Facility (HTPF) at Case Western Reserve University/ University Hospitals Case Medical Center

2. The Ohio Clinical Trials Collaborative (OCTC)-
Presenters: John R. Peterson, Ph.D., Global Business Development Director and Joseph Peter, BSBA, MA, MBA, PMP, Manager, Network Operations

Please submit suggested topics of discussion to Carrie O'Neill via email at Carrie.ONeill@uhhospitals.org.

Participants can attend in person, via phone or phone and Webex. Access information will be sent to registants before the event.
0 Kulas Auditorium, UHCMC Register
10/15/2014
2:00
- 3:00 PM
Frequent Findings: Errors Found With Your Informed Consent Process and Eligibility Confirmation
Review frequent findings here at UH with the process of informed consent and eligiblity confirmation. This interactive session will use examples from studies you are involved with to help you understand and develop your skills at obtaining informed consent from potential research participants. Particular emphasis will be placed on confirming eligibility prior to performing any study procedures.

Presented by Carmen Czich, RN, BSN, CCRP, Clinical Research Nurse Specialist, Center for Clincial Research and Technology, UHCMC
3 UH RB&C Amphitheater Register
10/22/2014
9:00
- 10:00 AM
Informed Consent Series: The Decisionally Impaired Human Subject Research Participant
In this part of the Informed Consent Series, we will detail the intricacies associated with consenting decisionally impaired human subject research participants. Different types of impairment will be highlighted as well as the legal implications of research with this population.
3 UH RB&C Amphitheater Register
10/23/2014
2:00
- 3:00 PM
UH Research Credentialing
UH research credentialing applies to all non-UH personnel interested in conducting research at UH. Are you confused about the process? Did you know credentialing is required annually? Review the step by step process for getting credentialed.

Presented by David Ehlert, Director of Research Operations, CCRT, UHCMC
0 UH RB&C Amphitheater Register
10/28/2014
2:00
- 3:00 PM
Residents and Fellows Training: Getting Approved- IRB Survival Guide! for Residents and Fellows
This session is ideal for residents, fellows, students, new researchers, and their advisors. Research Coordinators and Regulatory Specialists can also benefit from attending!

Tips for obtaining IRB approval will be reviewed at this session. A step by step guide to starting out. Some questions we will answer: How long does it take? What is the overall process? iRIS tips and tricks. "Presented by Lydia Furman, MD, Chairperson, Department of Pediatrics Clinical Research Review Committee, Vice-Chairperson Institutional Review Board, University Hospitals Case Medical Center "
3 Kulas Auditorium, UHCMC Register
10/29/2014
2:30
- 4:00 PM
Research @ CWRU: A boot camp for investigators
The Office of Research Administration welcomes all new faculty to attend this 90-minute orientation designed to help navigate the university's research grant and regulatory compliance processes and policies. Research Administration staff members will share the university’s internal procedures and attendees will receive a binder of helpful information to take away from the presentation. There will be plenty of time for questions.

New faculty are specifically invited, but all faculty are welcome to attend.
0 Toepfer Room, Adelbert Hall Register
11/10/2014
2:30
- 4:00 PM
Research @ CWRU: A boot camp for investigators
The Office of Research Administration welcomes all new faculty to attend this 90-minute orientation designed to help navigate the university's research grant and regulatory compliance processes and policies. Research Administration staff members will share the university’s internal procedures and attendees will receive a binder of helpful information to take away from the presentation. There will be plenty of time for questions.

New faculty are specifically invited, but all faculty are welcome to attend.
0 KSL 215 Register
11/12/2014
9:00
- 10:30 AM
Research @ CWRU: A boot camp for investigators
The Office of Research Administration welcomes all new faculty to attend this 90-minute orientation designed to help navigate the university's research grant and regulatory compliance processes and policies. Research Administration staff members will share the university’s internal procedures and attendees will receive a binder of helpful information to take away from the presentation. There will be plenty of time for questions.

New faculty are specifically invited, but all faculty are welcome to attend.

This session will include CWRU School of Medicine (SOM)-specific information and participation from the SOM Grants and Contracts Office.
0 WRB 1403 Register
11/19/2014
2:00
- 3:30 PM
Diversity in Research
Diversity in Research explores the scientific, ethical, and legal bases for the inclusion of diverse participants in research and the recruitment and hiring of diverse research staff. Potential barriers to diversity in the research context are discussed.

This workshop meets the requirements of the CWRU Office of Inclusion, Diversity, and Equal Opportunity (OIDEO) for participation on CWRU search committees.
4 BRB 105 Register