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On-Demand Webinar

Regulatory Compliance: Identify and Correct Violations More Effectively

$167.00

On-Demand Webinar

Regulatory Compliance: Identify and Correct Violations More Effectively

$167.00

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  • Now that your institution has been awarded the funds required to carry out your research project, it is only a matter of time before the agreed upon terms and conditions between you and the regulatory entities demand more and more of your attention.

    In order to successfully comply with the regulatory requirements of multiple state and federal agencies, institutions must build strong internal auditing and monitoring programs. Failure to do so could put you at risk of serious compliance violations, or grant fraud scenarios, such as these:

        • Columbia University settles False Claims Act allegations involving mismanagement of federal grant money, which included failure to accurately monitor and track the employees' work hours which were reported to grant fund managers for reimbursement. The total settlement amount was $9,020,073.
        • The University of California Davis agrees to pay $499,700 to resolve allegations of federal grant fraud involving failure to disclose overlapping and duplicative awards of grant money.

    To protect yourself, the research and your institution, developing a robust auditing and monitoring program that will identify and correct non-compliance proactively is KEY.  


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    You take no risk whatsoever. If you find this essential session doesn't meet your expectations or you are not satisfied for any reason, simply let us know.

  • Here are several of the topics that will be covered in this online training:

      • More quickly correct compliance issues with regulatory and accrediting standards
      • Easy-to-implement audit guides to help prepare you for an audit
      • Pin down the most common sponsor requirements
      • Incorporate essential elements into your corrective action plan
      • Develop and implement an economical compliance monitoring plan
      • Improve your research team’s knowledge of regulatory requirements
      • Upgrade regulatory and auditing training with limited resources at research sites
      • Avoid increased diversions from your research to deal with regulations

    Who Should View? Any and all research staff members involved in research policy, regulation and compliance will benefit from this training. This can include research faculty, research office staff, lab members, administrative staff, research and compliance team members, and research site monitors.

    By implementing the strategies presented in this online training, you will be able to effectively evaluate either a single research project or your institution’s entire portfolio for regulatory compliance violations, as well as develop a corrective action plan that works. So, don’t wait, take advantage of this training today.

    100% Satisfaction Guaranteed or a Full Refund.

    You take no risk whatsoever. If you find this essential session doesn't meet your expectations or you are not satisfied for any reason, simply let us know.

  • Meet Your Expert: Angela R. Charboneau Wishon, JD

    Angela R. Charboneau Wishon, JDMs. Charboneau Wishon most recently served as the Vice President for Research Administration at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center where she had regulatory responsibilities for the research compliance programs, including the Human Research Protections Program, and the Research Compliance Committee. Prior to joining UT Southwestern, Angela served as the Assistant Vice Chancellor for Regulatory Compliance at The University of Colorado Denver, coordinating the compliance programs on the UC Denver campuses. Additionally, she served as the Director of the Regulatory Knowledge and Support Core under the Colorado Clinical and Translational Sciences Institute. She serves as site visitor for the Association for the Accreditation of Human Research Protections Program (AAHRPP) and is an active member of the National Council of University Research Administrators (NCURA), where she is a member of the Professional Development Committee, a co-editor for NCURA Magazine, and a past faculty member of NCURA Sponsored Programs II course.

    Angela is an active member of several professional associations, including the Society of Research Administrators International, Association of Clinical Research Professionals, and Public Responsibility in Medicine and Research. She has served as a co-investigator on multiple NIH awards in the areas of regulatory affairs and ethics and has spoken on the topics of Research Compliance Programs, Research Audit Management, Conflict of Interest Issues, Human Subjects Protections, and Monitoring Plans at various state and national meetings. Furthermore, she has co-published an article titled: “A Tricky Business: Assessing Risks from an Institutional Perspective,” Clinical Researcher, Cheryl Chanaud, Ph.D., Ann Smith and Angela Wishon, J.D., February 2001.