Health care partner Mark Barnes (Boston) was quoted in a Report on Research Compliance April article examining the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services request for the nation’s highest ranking advisory panel on protections for clinical research subjects to conduct its 2018 meetings in a virtual format.
Mr. Barnes explains that the requirement for virtual meetings is likely to harm the volume and quality of the Secretary’s Advisory Committee on Human Research Protections work producing detailed recommendations that form the basis of HHS guidance. Mr. Barnes has been working with SACHRP since he was appointed in 2000 to a predecessor committee.
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