Conflicts of Interest, Privacy/Confidentiality, and Tissue Repositories: Protections, Policies, and Practical Strategies
May 3-5, 2004
Hyatt Harborside Hotel, Boston , MA
This unique three-day conference, presented in collaboration with PRIM&R, provided fundamental principles, presented regulations and guidelines, and addressed current legal and ethical issues pertaining to three of the most contentious topics in research: Conflicts of Interest, Privacy and Confidentiality, and Tissue Repositories. Distinctive in its audience as in its perspective, the Conference attracted attendees from over 37 states and four countries ( Canada , the Netherlands , Switzerland , and Australia ).
In response to numerous requests made by conference attendees, we are pleased to provide PowerPoint presentations for this educational conference. It is through the generosity of our distinguished faculty that this information is now available and we gratefully acknowledge each of them for their dedication, expertise, and ability to further enrich our learning.
Click on one of the icons next to the name of a particular speaker on the Conference Program to view his or her PowerPoint presentation in the formats provided. Only speakers whose names are listed below have provided copies of their presentations.
We wish you the best in your effort to protect all those who volunteer to advance the frontiers of science and to promote the good of society.
Please contact us with your comments and check the Center for Bioethics Web site for upcoming events (click onto Resources and see International Calendar of Events and Upcoming Bioethics Events). Also, view our Web-based educational seminar on Conflicts of Interest, developed with support from the NIH and ORI (Office for Research Integrity).
Monday, May 3, 2004
Conflicts of Interest
Conflicts Panel I - Financial Conflicts of Interest and “Interesting” Financial Conflicts
Conflicts Panel II - Conflicts of Interest are Here to Stay: Investigator/Individual Conflicts and Their Impact on Research
Conflicts Panel III - Managing Conflicts of Interest at the IRB and Institutional Levels
Tuesday, May 4, 2004
Privacy and Confidentiality
Privacy Panel I - Fusing/Confusing Ethics and Privacy/Confidentiality – Principles and Regulations
Privacy Panel II - Privacy/Confidentiality Challenges in the HIPAA Era: Identified Areas of Difficulty and Proposed Strategies for Their Resolution
Wednesday, May 5, 2004
Tissue Repositories / Tissue Banking
Tissue Panel I - Perspectives From Those Who Regulate Tissue Banks
Tissue Panel II - Perspectives From Those Who Want/Need Tissue Banks
Tissue Panel III - Current Challenges
Tissue Panel IV - Strategies and Protections that Have Worked!