Ethics and Scientific Misconduct in Regulated Studies - Webinar By ComplianceOnline (Laboratory Complianc)

Venue: Online Event

Location: Palo Alto, California, United States

Event Date/Time: Jul 26, 2012 End Date/Time: Jul 26, 2012
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This webinar discusses the high risks of scientific misconduct in regulated studies. You will understand the main issues in producing study results of the highest integrity, learn how managers can implement a system for ensuring accurate and reliable data, understand the "red flags" of questionable data or reporting and develop a plan for identifying the high-risk steps in your operation.

Why Should You Attend:

This presentation discusses the high risks of scientific misconduct in regulated studies. It distinguishes between large and small errors in misjudgment and how QA professionals manage these occurrences. It also describes a plan for ensuring the highest ethical standards in your lab. The webinar begins by giving a brief introduction to terms related to regulatory action, such as “fraud,” “misconduct,” “injunction,”, “disqualification,” etc. It describes the root causes of scientific misconduct. These root causes are discussed with special attention to the various individuals most likely to make these errors in judgment. Thus, the webinar covers ethical behavior with respect to sponsors, testing facility management, study directors, study scientists, regulatory affairs professionals, and quality assurance professionals. The webinar then summarizes the main warning signs of scientific misconduct from the perspective of regulatory agencies and auditors. This discussion covers “red flags” in raw data, reporting, and the sponsor-CRO relationship.


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