How many great research ideas have been felled by the phrase "It'd be impossible to re-consent everyone"?
Now imagine a research environment in which your investigators have access to the cumulative research output of your center, integrated across studies, data-types, and specimens, and immediately available for secondary research—without having to re-consent a single participant.
HHS is updating the Common Rule to allow for “broad consent,” which will unlock these and other tremendous research opportunities for those forward-thinking centers capable of integrating research data across the heterogeneous workflows and data practices in their organization.
What broad consent will mean for clinical research and the steps you should be taking now to leverage the changes for your research.
The opportunities created by the changes including how to reuse existing data to answer new research questions.
Lessons learned from other centers who have figured out how to best capitalize on the changes.
Original Presentation Date: March 29, 2016