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Establishing a High Quality Human Research Protection Program (HRPP) the AAHRPP Model

Establishing a High Quality Human Research Protection Program (HRPP) the AAHRPP Model

Aug 28, 2019 12:00pm ‐ Aug 28, 2019 1:00pm

Protecting participants in research is a shared commitment of organizations, researchers, sponsors, and the public. As the research environment has changed to one dominated by multi-site research, there is a need for a flexible, efficient, and effective system of protections. The concept of the “human research protection program” describes the parts that are involved in protection participants in research, which can involve shared oversight by many different organizations. This presentation will look at opportunities for flexibility in human research protection programs that can facilitate research, including the notion that the resources devoted to the evaluation and management of research should be calibrated appropriately according to the risks posed by the research. In addition, the presentation will briefly consider some changes to the Common Rule and impacts on HRPPs.

Learning Objectives:

  1. Describe the evolving concept of a human research protection program (HRPP).
  2. Contrast the role of an IRB and HRPP.
  3. Evaluate some impacts of the revised Common Rule on HRPPs.

Speaker(s):
  • Robert Hood, Director of Accreditation, Association for the Accreditation of Human Research Protection Programs, Inc.