Past Education Sessions 2018

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Best Practices in Conducting Pediatric Clinical Research

Dec 6, 2018

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  • Regulatory aspects of Clinical Research with minors
  • Protocol Adherence
  • Safety Considerations
  • Study Visits
Presenters

Juanita Cuffee, MPH, CCRP, Pediatric Hematology/Oncology
Rose Cunnion, CCRC, Pediatric Pulmonology
Chayla Hart, Division of Pediatric Endocrinology

Informed Consent in Research

Nov 15, 2018

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This course is designed for research staff who create and perform informed consent in order to increase understanding of:

  • The purpose of informed consent in research
  • The various aspects of the informed consent process
  • What elements must be included in the informed consent document
  • How to conduct an informed consent discussion that meets GCP standards
Presenter

Catherine FB Barnes, BA, CCRP

Billing Coverage Analysis for Clinical Trials

Oct 18, 2018

This course is designed for research staff who perform coverage analysis in order to increase understanding of:

  • Medicare regulations regarding research billing in clinical trials
  • How to analyze the study protocol schedule of events as it relates to the billing calendar
  • Hospital and professional coding for charge capture in a clinical trial
Presenter

Andrea Eiring, MSM, CCRA, CPHRM

Recognizing and Responding to Medical Emergencies in Clinical Research

Sep 20, 2018

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  • Increase awareness of the types of medical emergencies that study coordinators may encounter in the research setting
  • Identify ways to access medical support to aid research subjects in a medical emergency
  • Identify resources available to study coordinators to obtain training in medical emergencies
Presenters

Marie Rape, BSN, RN, CCRC
Laura Tuttle, MA, CCRP
Chayla Hart, BA
Janette Goins, RN, BSN

Protecting Research Data

May 17, 2018

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  • Define Sensitive Information
  • Appropriate data collection, use, sharing and storage methods in research
  • Discuss NC ID Theft Protection Act
  • Review Case studies
Presenters

Micki Jernigan, JD, MPH, CHC, CHPC
Larry Fritsche, CISSP
Ken Langley, BS

Conducting Research Involving Medical Imaging

Apr 19, 2018

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BRIC Services slides

  • Risks of medical imaging involving ionizing radiation
  • Requirements for studies involving imaging at UNC, including SOPs and the IRBIS application
  • Facilities and resources available at the UNC Biomedical Research Imaging Center
Presenters

J. Keith Smith, MD, PhD
Terry Hartman, MPH, MS, CCRC
Angela Creighton, MBA

Research in Epic Updates

Mar 15, 2018

Objectives:

  • Explain rules on usage of Happy Together and how to navigate through screens
  • Describe how recruitment through MyChart works and how to apply for phase two pilots
  • Explain the coordinator’s role in getting consents scanned into the EMR
  • Recall procedures for keeping front desk aware of co-pay status for appointments
  • Be able to request options for results routing if needed by your research team
Presenters

Ed Finerty, M.Ed
Stephanie Mascaro

IRB Updates: Changes to the Common Rule

Feb 15, 2018

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  • Risks of medical imaging involving ionizing radiation
  • Requirements for studies involving imaging at UNC, including SOPs and the IRBIS application
  • Facilities and resources available at the UNC Biomedical Research Imaging Center
Presenters

Mike Matamoros, MS, CIP
John Roberts, CIP

Clinical Trial Quality Assurance and Billing Compliance

Jan 25, 2018

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  • Identify common findings found in research study reviews conducted by the CTQA Program
  • Understand what findings require an action plan vs. a corrective and preventative action (CAPA) plan
  • Explain what is needed to create an effective CAPA
Presenter

Jamie Kauwell

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