Health research aims to find better ways to treat, prevent and cure disease.
This vital component of healthcare can take multiple forms and present a variety of risks and opportunities. Whether it is a clinical trial, secondary data research, research ethics board protocol review, or a material transfer agreement, we keep the aims of the study top of mind while advising researchers, funders, and health care organizations. We also advise on deidentification of data for research purposes, and questions of research versus quality.
Our services include:
Agreements - Material transfer, clinical trial, data sharing, basic science
Research ethics board advice
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Mary Jane Dykeman
Health care organizations manage a myriad of complex issues.
We work with health care providers, hospitals, and clinicians of all kinds to support and advise on legal and ethical considerations in clinical decision-making, including:
Consent, capacity and substitute decision-making
Disclosure of harm and mandatory reporting
End of life decision-making
We offer a full spectrum of health-related legal services
The health care industry continues to undergo incredible innovation and change. This creates exciting opportunities. It also introduces unique issues. INQ Law brings together a team of recognized leaders in health law. We also draw on the talents in our data and business practices. This way we can provide you with the holistic, practical and creative solutions you need to navigate today’s complexities and prepare for what comes next.
We advise public and private health care organizations and providers, as well as health care associations and insurers.
We advise on
Clinical practice I Risk management I Privacy and Freedom of Information
Health research I Medical Devices