Clinical Research Seminars

Offered monthly, Clinical Research Seminars provide a learning opportunity for the research community on a number of topics within human subjects research. These seminars often include important ethical, regulatory, or implementation content. Organized by the CRRO, the seminar series is supported by the Clinical Translational Science Institute and the Office of Human Research Affairs.

Seminars are sixty minutes in length and are held remotely. Zoom meeting information will be provided prior to the seminar (usually 24 hours before) and will be sent only to those who have registered in advance. 

Seminars are designed for BU Medical Campus and BMC staff or those from affiliated institutions. Individuals from non-affiliated external organizations or institutions are unable to attend. Registrations must be completed using an institutional email address, no personal email addresses will be accepted. 

All previous seminar recordings and slides are available in our Seminar Library

Suggestions for future seminars are always welcome and can be submitted by completing our Training and Education Recommendation Form

Academic Year 2023-2024 Seminar Offerings – All seminars are scheduled for 12-1pm
Check back often as information is continuously updated when topics and presenters are confirmed. Registration forms are available by clicking on the date for each seminar. 

June 12, 2024REDCap eConsent: Who what when where why (not necessarily in that order!)

Presenters:
Mary-Tara Roth RN, MSN, MPH – Director of Clinical Research Resources Office
Marena Neggers BS – Regulatory Coordinator, Clinical Research Resources Office

Objectives:

  • Discuss eConsent considerations: why and when to use
  • List regulations and guidance BMC/BUMC research teams need to follow
  • Demonstrate how to build eConsent using the REDCap platform
  • Provide case examples for brief discussion

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