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Research on Biological Samples: Practical Pearls in Ethics
29th March 2020 @ 9:00 am - 1:30 pm
Yenepoya Ethics Committee- 1 conducted the second of the series of Rapid Updates in Research ethics on 29 May 2020 from 9:00 AM to 1:30 PM with a 20 minute break at 11:30 AM. The topic of focus for the workshop was “Research on biological samples: Practi
(PPEs). 29 participants from Yenepoya Research Centre actively participated in the workshop. The workshop was conducted in Lecture hall-4 ensuring social distancing, frequent hand hygiene and wearing masks throughout the workshop. Group activity was also conducted maintaining the same. The topics covered were as follows:
TOPIC OBJECTIVES and the Resource persons
Program objectives, house rules and pretest/ Uma Kulkarni
1. Getting the registrants to understand the scope of the workshop
2. Getting the participants to understand the house rules under the current circumstances
3. Knowing the pre-existing knowledge of the participants using a Google form for pre-test
PPEs for strengthening the methodology section of the protocol/ Ravi Vaswani and Uma Kulkarni
1. Sample collection: Who, what, when, how, why, how much, how many, where?
2. Sample transportation: Who, how, where?
3. Sample usage: who, how, where, what?
4. Sample storage: What, who, how, where, how long, why?
5. Sample reuse: sharing- who, how, when?
6. Sample disposal: Who, when, how, where?
7. Sample-data linkage: Types, who, how, why?
PPEs for effective informed consent Hands-on group activity/ Uma Kulkarni
1. Constructing PIS
2. Constructing ICF
3. Administering ICP
4. Types of consent: broad, re-
5. Waiver of consent
PPEs for protocol package / Uma Kulkarni
1. Initial protocol submission form
2. Log delegation
4. CV elements
5. Permissions and Agreements
PPEs in specific situations/Ravi Vaswani and Uma Kulkarni
2. Stem cell research
3. Genetic research
4. Research on data