Mr. Parrish presents two topics at the event: "Regulatory Implications of Recruiting Clinical Trial Participants through Social Media" and "Understanding Safety and Non-Safety Reporting Obligations in Clinical Trials."
Seattle, WA (PRWEB) September 12, 2013
Quorum Review IRB, the industry leader in central IRB services, announces Mitchell E. Parrish, JD, CIP, as a presenter at the event Embracing Change: Clinical Research in the 21st Century. The event takes place September 21, 2013 at Arizona State University in Phoenix, AZ.
Mr. Parrish presents two topics at the event. His first presentation, “Regulatory Implications of Recruiting Clinical Trial Participants through Social Media,” takes place at 8:30 AM. The presentation covers the use of social media in recruiting research participants and provides the tools necessary to ensure compliance with regulations impacting the use of social media. Mr. Parrish also presents “Understanding Safety and Non-Safety Reporting Obligations in Clinical Trials,” which takes place at 3:00 PM. The presentation unravels the regulatory maze impacting the reporting of safety and non-safety information in clinical trials and simplifies required site and sponsor reporting obligations.
Mr. Parrish is a Regulatory Attorney for Quorum Review, where he provides legal counsel on regulatory issues and FDA requirements associated with research and development of medical products. Mr. Parrish is a member of the Regulatory Affairs Professionals Society, Public Responsibility in Medicine & Research, American Association of Corporate Counsel, and Washington State Bar Association. He is also a Certified IRB Professional (CIP) and guest lectures for the Masters of Science Program in Biomedical Regulatory Affairs at the University of Washington. Prior to Quorum, Mr. Parrish served as Regulatory Counsel for Western IRB and as a Regulatory Consultant for the National Cancer Institute.
Embracing Change: Clinical Research in the 21st Century is a one-day event sponsored by Arizona State University, Arizona Department of Health Services, Arizona Biomedical Research Commission, Banner Research Institute, Association of Clinical Research Professionals and Creighton University Health Sciences Continuing Education. Geared toward medical providers and research professionals, the event provides education on regulatory requirements for clinical research, the roles and responsibilities for research team members, the value of cultural sensitivity in clinical research and the importance of working with a diverse population.
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About Quorum Review IRB
Quorum Review is an independent institutional review board fully accredited by the Association for the Accreditation of Human Research Protection Programs (AAHRPP), and has been providing ethics review of human clinical research since 1992. Quorum oversees research in accordance with U.S. and Canadian human subject research protection regulations and guidelines set forth by the International Committee on Harmonisation (ICH), and principles of the Belmont Report.
Quorum’s best-in-class IRB services include 14 Board meetings each week plus expedited review, 24-hour site review turnaround, 36-hour amendment review turnaround, a secure web portal, and Smart Forms for online submissions. Quorum’s IRB service offerings include full study review in the US and Canada, a specialized Phase I team, and unique processes for post-approval and registry studies.