HIPAA Compliant Research: From Recruitment to Study Closure

Instructor: Claire Carbary
Webinar Id: 800276

Duration: 60 Minutes

  • Recorded
  • Only for one participant ?
  • Price $225.

Overview:

There are unique rules for HIPAA compliance for research that are important for all researchers and study staff to be aware of before undertaking any projects that handle PHI. This presentation will cover HIPAA compliance in research from the very beginning of the recruitment process, during consent, and even after study closure. The speaker will also address research involving deceases patients and limited data sets. Sign up to make sure you understand how to be compliant with the HIPAA requirements for research.

Why should you attend: Is your research HIPAA compliant? Do you understand how HIPAA applies to research? Do you understand the difference between HIPAA compliance in clinical care and research?

Areas Covered in the Session:

  • An overview of HIPAA Compliance for research
  • HIPAA pitfalls during recruitment
  • Consent for Research- handling HIPAA
  • Study Closure and Post-Study data collection and HIPAA compliance
  • Research involving deceased patients
  • Research involving limited data sets

Who Will Benefit:
  • Principal Investigators
  • Coordinators
  • Research Staff
  • Research Nurses
  • Research Compliance Individuals
  • IRB Members
  • IRB Staff
  • Research Project Managers

Speaker Profile
Claire Carbary has worked as an attorney for commercial IRBs for seven years. Ms. Carbary joined Quorum Review IRB in September of 2009 as a Regulatory Attorney in Quorum Review’s Regulatory Department. Prior to working at Quorum, Ms. Carbary worked as a Regulatory Analyst and Legal Intern at Western IRB. Ms. Carbary received her Certified IRB Professional certification in 2010. She currently serves as a member of the Northwest Association for Biomedical Research (NWABR) and Public Responsibility in Medicine and Research (PRIM&R).

Ms. Carbary received her Juris Doctor from Seattle University in 2007, and was admitted to the Washington State Bar Association (WSBA) in the Fall of 2007. In addition, Ms. Carbary is a member of the Health and Corporate Law Sections of the WSBA. During law school Ms. Carbary worked as a legal intern for the Health and Long Term Care Committee with the Washington State Senate Committee Services, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, and the Washington State Office of the Attorney General.


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