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Upcoming Educational Events


OHRP Educational Workshop

Human Research Reviews:
 Mastering the Process

New Orleans, LA

May 3, 2017

Sponsored by OHRP and the
NIH Office of Extramural Research

Join OHRP staff for a pre-conference workshop at NIH’s OER Regional Seminar in New Orleans. This workshop is aimed at early-stage investigators who would like to learn more about the human subjects research review process and how it aligns with NIH’s processes. It could also serve as a basic training or refresher course for IRB professionals, or those interested in upcoming changes to the regulations.

View the agenda athttps://regionalseminars.od.nih.gov/neworleans2017/sessions/00a/

Register athttps://regionalseminars.od.nih.gov/neworleans2017/sessions/00a/

 

 


2017 OHRP Research Community Forums

Navigating a River of Change: Bringing Research Up to Par

Augusta Marriott, Convention Center, Augusta, GA

July 18-19, 2017

Sponsored by OHRP, Augusta University, Emory University, Georgia Southern University, Georgia State University, and University of Georgia

 

Join OHRP staff at a Research Community Forum called “Navigating a River of Change: Bringing Research Up to Par” in Augusta, GA, July 18-19, 2017. The workshop will feature interactive presentations by OHRP staff on a range of topics related to the HHS regulations, including discussion of the revised Common Rule. The conference will include break-out sessions covering a variety of research topics such as central IRBs and related issues, genetics research, online consent, and reporting concerns. Connect with human research professionals from across the country and learn about the regulations directly from OHRP staff—don’t miss out!

 

Human Subject Protection…And All That Regulatory Jazz

Northern Kentucky Convention Center, Covington, KY/Cincinnati, OH

September 6-7, 2017

Sponsored by OHRP and Cincinnati Children’s Hospital

View the agenda here.

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Content last reviewed on March 4, 2016