|CCTST Regulatory Forum on Suppression of Negative Results
Tuesday, July 30, 2013
2 p.m. - 4 p.m.
|| Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center Research Auditorium, Location R (the "R Building”), Rooms 3381- 3383.
|Sponsored by the Center for Clinical and Translational Science and Training (CCTST), the next regulatory forum will cover "Suppression of Negative Results: impact, outcomes and ethics."
Open to researchers, administrators and staff from UC, CCHMC, VAMC, UC Health and affiliates, forum members will discuss how the ethical mandate to ensure research contributes to generalizable knowledge conflicts with the failure to make negative results public.
Panelists will consider the ethical implications of this failure to publish on the risks and benefits of research and the consequences for future research programs. They will also discuss strategies for overcoming difficulties in publishing negative results.
The session will be moderated by Christopher Lindsell, PhD, professor and vice chair of emergency medicine, UC and co-director of the CCTST BERD core.
Registration is not required. A recording will be linked from the CCTST website after the event.
- Jennie Noll, PhD, professor, behavioral medicine and clinical psychology
- Michael Linke, PhD, physical scientist, Cincinnati VAMC and chair, UC Institutional Review Board
- Richard Ittenbach, PhD, professor, biostatistics and epidemiology
- Bruce Yacyshyn, MD, professor, internal medicine
- Joan Gates, JD, counsel, CCHMC
- Charles Jake, JD, associate general counsel, UC
- Elizabeth Senft, MDiv, MLS, research community liaison, CCHMC
Directions: Enter CCHMC Location S (The "S Building"
directly across Albert Sabin Way from the College of Medicine) and take
the main elevators to the 3rd floor. Follow the teal signs to the
Research Auditorium in Location R, Rooms 3381-3383.
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