Next Bioethics Collaborative May 2
The next meeting of the Bioethics Collaborative will take place May 2 in Boston and address the impact of mobile devices and wearable technologies on the design and conduct of clinical research.
The third Research, Development, and Regulatory Roundtable (R3) was held at the Washington, D.C. offices of Ropes & Gray LLP on March 7, 2019. LINK TO MORE
Plain Language for Health. A Writing and Design Workshop for Health Research and Practice (March 28-29) The MRCT Center co-sponsored a two-day workshop held by Tufts on March 28th-29thfocused on how to use plain language principles to improve research-related communications. Approximately 70 attendees from academic medical centers, the public health field and pharmaceutical companies attended.
The third Research, Development, and Regulatory Roundtable (R3) was held at the Washington, D.C. offices of Ropes & Gray LLP on March 7, 2019. Stakeholders convened to discuss Secondary Uses of Health Care Data for Clinical Trial Recruitment: Legal and Regulatory Ambiguity. Afterward, attendees were updated on developments related to the application of the EU […]
The MRCT Center recently authored ‘Universal Funder Responsibilities That Advance Social Value’ in the American Journal of Bioethics. This article outlines the responsibilities of, and specific recommendations for, research funding organizations to promote the novelty, significance, rigor, and impact of research they fund. To read the article, click here.
The widespread use of mobile smart devices and wearables has the potential to drastically change how clinical research is conceptualized and conducted.
Discussion topic: Legal and Ethical Issues in the Enrollment of a Company or Institution’s Own Employees and/or Students in Research Studies
Discussion topics to be determined.