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Vancouver 2015

May 01, 2015 to May 02, 2015

The Canadian Association of Research Ethics Boards (CAREB-ACCER) 2015 National Conference & AGM were held at the Fairmont Waterfront Hotel, Vancouver, British-Columbia. Under the theme "Big Data, Small World", we were pleased to be able to offer four days of engaging speakers, and professional development and networking opportunities in beautiful Vancouver.

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Jannet Ann Leggett
Where information about human research subjects becomes more complex with Information technology, informatics, as well as biological, genetic, and other potentially identifiable information, this session will introduce a four step process for quantifying research subject information and other risks...
Belinda Vandersluis
In this session, participants will learn about the background leading up to the creation of the Clinical Trials Coordinating Centre (CCTCC) including Canadian issues, the Clinical Trials Summit, and the resulting action plan; the development of the CCTCC in 2014 including progress made on current...
Bryn Williams-Jones
Academic integrity and research ethics in Canada have historically been treated as distinct and separate areas, whether in academic reflection (i.e., two distinct fields of study with their own literatures) or in practical application (academic integrity managed by VP academic/professional affairs...
Alison van Nie
Karen Arts
Sandra Auld
Please note: there will be two presentations in this session A. Update - N2/CAREB REB SOPs (Alison van Nie & Karen Arts) This pre-conference session will provide an opportunity to learn about the grass roots vision and initiative that fostered the development and subsequent open release and...
Belinda Vandersluis
A. Clinical Trials (Belinda Vandersluis) The Canadian Clinical Trials Coordinating Centre (CTCC), formed in 2014, is implementing nine recommendations from the 2011 Clinical Trials Summit. In this session, participants will learn about the Summit, the CCTCC, and the recommendations. Emphasis will...
Debra Grant
Yasmin Diaz
Please note: there will be two presentations in this session A. Trends in Research and Privacy (Debra Grant) This presentation will describe some of the requirements for research embedded in health privacy legislation and demonstrate how you can achieve high quality research while protecting...
Yoo-Joung Ko
Allison Needham
Please note: there will be two presentations in this session A. Do clinical trial acronyms affect patients’ interest in clinical trials? A randomized survey. (Yoo-Joung Ko) This presentation will review the role of acronyms in medicine and in clinical trials. The results of a large randomized...
Wendy Burgess
Laura-Lee Balkwill
David Borasky
Susan Zimmerman
There are two presentations in this session: A. An Update and Overview of the United States Common Rule Regulations (David Borasky) B. An Update on the TCPS2 (2014) and the Responsible Conduct of Research (RCR) Framework (Susan Zimmerman, Wendy Burgess, Laura-Lee Balkwill) In this session, members...
Paul Barnard
Michael Coughlin
Otto Rosenkrantz
Terri Fleming
Wendy Petillion
Jean Ruiz
Please note: there will be two presentations in this session A. Coordinated and Harmonized Review – Three Approaches (Panel) Michael Coughlin: This segment of the panel will describe the development of a cooperative arrangement between a University REB and a community hospital REB to harmonize the...