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The Research Compliance Office, a part of the Compliance and Business Ethics Department, is responsible for ensuring compliance of the clinical research enterprise with all related regulatory policies and guidelines including federal, state, local, as well as the policies and procedures outlined by Children’s Hospital Colorado (CHCO) including:
Children’s mission statement emphasizes the importance of research as one of our programs we highlight in our effort to improve the health of children. Staff who conduct research in our organization must comply with many ethical principles and regulatory issues which dictate how this research must be performed. Informed consent, conflicts of interest and financial disclosures, advances in use of technology, scientific misconduct, monitoring use of research funds, HIPAA/Privacy, FDA, IRBs, Office of Human Research Protections, National Coverage Decision – these are examples of complex topics or governing bodies in which our research staff are trained and for which they are responsible for ensuring compliance. Compliance and Business Ethics at Children’s Colorado works with our research administrators to audit and monitor areas of potential fraud and risk in clinical research compliance.
Should you have any questions, please contact the Research Compliance Officer in the Compliance and Business Ethics Department at 720-777-4512.
Or, choose any of the following methods to contact us to reporting a problem or concern: