Issues of Re-Consent in Pediatric Biobanking


Re-Consent in Pediatric BioBanking


On October 27, 2016, Jane Hartsock, JD, MA gave a presentation on the issues that can arise from the re-consent process of pediatric BioBanking and whether re-consent is necessary. The video of the presentation can be accessed with the link above. The presenation lasts approximately 25 minutes and is followed by approximately 20 minutes of discussion.

Additional Resources:

Harrell, H. L., & Rothstein, M. A. (2016). Biobanking research and privacy laws in the United States. The Journal of Law, Medicine & Ethics, 44(1), 106-127.

Brothers, K. B. (2011). Biobanking in pediatrics: the human nonsubjects approach. Personalized medicine, 8(1), 71-79.

Brothers, K. B., Holm, I. A., Childerhose, J. E., Antommaria, A. H., Bernhardt, B. A., Clayton, E. W., ... & McCullough, L. B. (2016). When Participants in Genomic Research Grow Up: Contact and Consent at the Age of Majority. The Journal of pediatrics, 168, 226-31.

Indiana University Standard Operating Procedures for Research Involving Human Subjects (2017).

Brisson, A. R., Matsui, D., Rieder, M. J., & Fraser, D. D. (2012). Translational research in pediatrics: tissue sampling and biobanking. Pediatrics, 129(1), 153-162.

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