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Join the Office for Human Research Protections' (OHRP) staff at one of their upcoming events in October. Please share with your colleagues!
 
Research Community Forum
Join OHRP staff at a Research Community Forum on October 25-26, 2016 at the Hartford Marriott Downtown Hotel in Hartford, CT. This two-day forum, “Foundations of Trust: Connecting Our Community to Research,” will feature engaging speakers, interactive workshops, and an opportunity to network with other human research protections professionals.
 
  • Tues, Oct 25: the forum symposium will feature a line-up of speakers focusing on the ethical issues of community participation in research. Mark Barnes, J.D. will present a plenary lecture on the “Impact of Rule Changes on Healthcare Research.” This presentation will review the legal implications for research use of data and biospecimens and discussion of new guidelines and their impact on the conduct of research.
     
  • Wed, Oct 26:  the forum workshop will provide a day of interactive learning, focusing on the regulations on human research protections, with OHRP staff and other invited speakers.
 
For more information and to register, visit: https://hartfordhealthcare.org/symposium
 
Educational Workshop
OHRP is collaborating with the NIH Office of Extramural Research to host an educational workshop on “Getting Through Human Research Reviews with Skill,” October 26, 2017 in Chicago, Illinois. This workshop is designed for early-stage investigators, but would also be a good basic training or refresher course on the federal policies for new IRB administrators or reviewers.
 
For more information and to register, go to: http://regionalseminars.od.nih.gov/chicago2016
 
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