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Bringing the Science of Safety to Clinical Research - October 21st and November 21st

This workshop focuses on how to conduct research in such a way that the participants are least likely to be harmed.  While there will always be risks in research due to limited knowledge, participants should not be at increased risk because of how the protocol is actually conducted.  We conducted this workshop for the first time this past winter. Not only was it well received, but almost all research teams stated they changed some aspect of how they conduct their protocols based on what they have learned.

 Who should attend?

PIs and their research coordinators planning or conducting greater than minimal risk research.  The PI and research coordinator should plan on attending both sessions. In the first session we will describe the concepts of the science of safety and outline how research protocols should be reviewed to identify risks to participants and incorporate safety practices into the practice of research.  In the second session small groups of research teams will discuss how they enhanced the training, protocol SOPs, and oversight to enhance safety in their protocols.

 When and where is the workshop?

 The workshop involves two sessions:  

  • Session 1 - Monday, October 21, 3:30-5:00p.m. – Bunting Blaustein Cancer Building – Owens Auditorium
     
  • Session 2 - Thursday, November 21 10:00-11:30a.m. – Bunting Blaustein Cancer Building – Owens Auditorium

How to sign up?

Please go to myLearning to sign up using the links below:

 Will attendees get credit for attending in terms of human subjects research recertification?

Yes – attendees will receive 30 points per session or a total of 60 points if they attend both workshop sessions.

Audio Lecture: Informed Consent: What Contributes to a Good Process?

An online module designed to teach the basics of the informed consent form, process, and subject and research characteristics.

Goal:

After completing this course, the student should be able to:

  • Define how readability, placebo, and randomization contribute to the informed consent form/process.
  • Identify the seven major aspects the informed consent process.
  • Identify the criteria for subject selection and research characteristics that contribute to a good informed consent process.

How to sign up?

Please go to myLearning to sign up using this link http://lms4.learnshare.com/l.aspx?CID=89&A=2&T=394123

Will the attendees get credit for attending in terms of human subjects research recertification?

Yes, 10 points

Audio Lecture: Risk Benefit Assessment

An online module designed to teach the basics of balancing risks and benefits for individuals and communities.

Goal:

After completing this course, the student should be able to:

  • Outline and define the categories of risk.
  • Understand the differences between risk and benefit.
  • Outline the differences between community and individual risks and benefits.

How to sign up?

Please go to myLearning to sign up using this link http://lms4.learnshare.com/l.aspx?CID=89&A=2&T=390963

Will the attendees get credit for attending in terms of human subjects research recertification?

Yes, 10 points


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