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Upcoming Educational Events


OHRP-sponsored Research Community Forum (RCF)

"Foundations of Trust: Connecting Our Community to Research"

October 25-26, 2016

At the Marriott Hotel and Convention Center in Hartford, Connecticut

Tuesday October 25, the Forum Conference (RCF-C), will focus on ethical issues around engaging community participation in research. Camille Nebeker, Ed.D., M.S., will deliver the keynote address entitled “Connected and Open Research Ethics: Ethical Research Using Personal Health Data.” Additional sessions will include topics such as: potential new rules for human subjects research, community engaged participatory research, and mobile health engagement.

Wednesday October 26, the Forum Workshop (RCF-W), will be an interactive workshop designed to help participants appreciate how to interpret and apply the U.S. federal regulations and policies on human research protections. This will be an intermediate level workshop, and participants are expected to have a working knowledge of the HHS regulations on human research protections.

This RCF offers continuing education credits. 

See the RCF website for additional information and registration: https://hartfordhealthcare.org/symposium



Having problems with the human subjects review process? Here's an opportunity for you to learn the essentials to allow you to manoeuver through the human review process with confidence!


"Getting through Human Research Reviews with Skill"

Joint collaboration between the Office for Human Research Protections (OHRP)

and the Office of Extramural Research (OER), NIH

Palmer House a Hilton Hotel, Chicago, Illinois

October 26, 2016

This workshop is primarily designed for early-stage investigators applying for NIH grants to conduct human subjects research or submitting human research protocols for IRB review but is also suitable for new IRB administrators and reviewers as a basic training or refresher course on the federal policies for human research protections.This activity has been approved for 5.5 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™





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Content last reviewed on March 4, 2016