MGH Division of Clinical Research

MGH Research Compliance Quarterly Discussion Group

Ended: Oct. 15, 2019

Please join Kele Piper, Director of MGH Research Compliance, as she discusses compliance issues impacting the MGH research community.

Sessions will be offered quarterly at Simches and CNY with new topics each quarter. Each session will include an opportunity for Q&A.

MGH Research Compliance Quarterly Discussion Group
Wednesday, January 22 | 1:00-2:00 | CNY 149 | Register here
Speaker: Kele Piper, Director of MGH Research Compliance
Join us for the 2nd quarterly meeting for controlled substances in NON-human use of controlled substances in research. We will discuss common mistakes that are made with controlled substances in relation to ordering, receipt, storage, and documentation of controlled substances. Bring your questions as we will save time for some Q&A; chances are someone else has the same concerns or questions that you do. If there is a particular question or issue that you would like to have addressed send it to me in advance to kkpiper@mgh.harvard.edu.

MGH Research Compliance Quarterly Discussion Group
Thursday, January 30 | 10:00-11:00 | Simches 3.120 | Register here
Speaker: Kele Piper, Director of MGH Research Compliance
The discussion will focus on DEA Registration and Massachusetts Controlled Substance Registration for clinical research.
• When is registration required? Are both registrations needed
• How to apply and renew registration?
• What is required to be complaint with the regulations?
• What is Partners policy on controlled substance registrations?

MGH Research Compliance Quarterly Discussion Group
Thursday, January 30 | 11:30-12:30 | Simches 3.120 | Register here
Speaker: Kele Piper, Director of MGH Research Compliance
Join us for the 2nd quarterly meeting for controlled substances in NON-human use of controlled substances in research. We will discuss common mistakes that are made with controlled substances in relation to ordering, receipt, storage, and documentation of controlled substances. Bring your questions as we will save time for some Q&A; chances are someone else has the same concerns or questions that you do. If there is a particular question or issue that you would like to have addressed send it to me in advance to kkpiper@mgh.harvard.edu.




Category:
Clinical Research

Sponsor:
MGH Division of Clinical Research

Sessions

Oct. 15, 2019 10/15/19
3PM-4PM
3 PM – 4 PM
Simches 3.120, Floor 3, Simches Research Center