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The Office of Human Research Protections (OHRP) announces two upcoming educational opportunities on human research protections.


OHRP Research Community Forum

Co-hosted with University Hospitals Case Medical Center and 

Case Western Reserve University, Ohio

 Innovations in Research: Collaborations & Transformations”

On Wednesday, September 16, 2015

At the Global Center for Health Innovations in Cleveland, Ohio


This conference will cover a variety of topics including informed consent and the teach back method, managing multi-center trials, and the use of single IRB, as well as the handling of conflict of interest issues and others.  Additionally, representatives of OHRP will be onsite to answer questions, explain the HHS regulatory requirements, and provide news and policy updates.

REGISTER NOW at the Forum website at http://conta.cc/1C6bkBb



OHRP co-hosts with the NIH's Office of Extramural Research (OER) 

A one-day pre-conference workshop

 “Getting through Human Research Reviews with Skill”

On Wednesday October 14, 2015

At the 2015 NIH Regional Seminar, Hilton San Diego Bayfront in San Diego, California


This workshop targets are investigators, clinical coordinators and other research personnel who are relatively new to the arena of research involving human subjects, their biospecimens or data. It aims to provide participants with the skill and knowledge necessary to have their NIH grant applications and research protocols pass reviews for human research protections. It will focus on clarifying confusions and providing participants with practical tips and solutions to problems and difficulties commonly encountered during such reviews.

REGISTER NOW at http://regionalseminars.od.nih.gov/sandiego2015/sessions/00a/


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