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QUAL Speaker Series | Adrienne Meyer: IRB Review and Qualitative Research: Challenges and Strategies of Applying Biomedically-focused Regulations to Qualitative Methods
QUAL Speaker Series | Adrienne Meyer: IRB Review and Qualitative Research: Challenges and Strategies of Applying Biomedically-focused Regulations to Qualitative Methods
WhenWednesday, Apr 12, 2017, 12:30 – 1:20 p.m.
Campus locationThomson Hall (THO)
Campus room317
Event typesLectures/Seminars
Description

IRB Review and Qualitative Research: Challenges and Strategies of Applying Biomedically-focused Regulations to Qualitative Methods

IRB requirements can sometimes feel like an ill-fitting hat for qualitative researchers, but that doesn’t mean that IRB review must always be a headache. During this talk, learn about:

  • IRB requirements and how they pertain to qualitative research;
  • The IRB review process at UW;
  • Strategies for a successful IRB review;
  • How upcoming changes to federal regulations may impact qualitative research.
Adrienne Meyer, MPA, CIP, is the Assistant Director for Researcher Support in the Human Subjects Division at the University of Washington. Adrienne is a regulatory specialist and frequent lecturer on issues associated with regulatory compliance in a broad spectrum of research disciplines. Adrienne has been at the UW for nearly 20 years and has worked in many capacities with researchers from nearly every department and research discipline: from behavioral research with young children to first-in-human chemotherapy trials. She was recently a member of the Research on Medical Practices (ROMP) Ethics study team, which applied qualitative methods to understand patient preferences for research consent.

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