The Division of Education and Development (DED) is committed to furthering OHRP’s mission to protect the rights and wellbeing of human subjects involved in research conducted or supported by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS). DED conducts outreach and educational events, and provides educational materials to further this goal.
DED's educational materials are intended for public use and distribution, and we invite you to use and share them freely. We welcome you to link to our materials from your website.
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Education - Upcoming Educational Events Tile
Find information on upcoming OHRP conferences, workshops, and other educational events.
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Access online education tools including e-learning modules, videos, and webinars.
Educational Collaboration with OHRP Tile
Get information about how OHRP works with local institutions to provide educational opportunities for IRB professionals, investigators, and others.
Human Research Protection Program Fundamentals Tile
Access OHRP resources supporting human research protection programs, including information on OHRP's Quality Assessment Program.
Education - Luminaries Lecture Series Tile
Watch recorded lectures by esteemed professionals on important topics related to human research protections.
Education - FAQs & Other Guidance Tile
Access to FAQs and other guidance documents on the HHS regulations to protect human subjects in research.
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Find informative materials for members of the public who are considering research participation or interested in the topic.
Education - Resources
Request informational and educational resources on protecting human subjects in research including copies of the HHS regulations and the Belmont Report.
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Find archived OHRP educational materials that have been available in the past and are maintained for reference.
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Content last reviewed on February 12, 2016