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Resources

The Institutional Review Boards have collected these links as a helpful resource for investigators and participants. The content on these sites may not be approved by The Johns Hopkins Hospital or School of Medicine.

For Investigators:

Databases

Libraries

JHM Offices

Popular Resources

  •  Biostatistics Consulting [Website]
  • Center for Clinical Trials (CCT) Study Design Consulting Service [Website]
  • Community Engagement Consulting Service [Website]
  • CRU Online [Website]
  • ICTR Drug and Device Resource Service (DDRS) [Website]
  • ICTR Research Coordinator Support Service (RCSS) [Website]
  • ICTR Translational Laboratory Core [Website]
  • Informatics Core (i2c) Consultation Service [Website]
  • Johns Hopkins SOM ClinicalTrials.gov Program [Website]
  • OpenSpecimen - Biobank management application [Website]
  • Recruitment Innovation Unit (RIU) Consult Service [Website]
  • Research Data Collection and Storage (RDCS)
  • Research Ethics Consulting Service (RECS) [Website]

Policies

For Participants:

  • ClinicalTrials.gov An introduction to clinical trials. In addition, you may search for registered clinical trials. ClinicalTrials.gov provides information about the trial's purpose, participation, location, and contact information.
  • Trials at Hopkins – For persons interesting in participating in research at JHU.
  • FDA.gov Information for children from the FDA website.
  • Cancer.gov Use to find information about cancer research
  • Va.gov A listing of questions a potential research participant may want to ask prior to joining a study.

For the Nursing Community:

As a leader in discovery and innovation, the Department of Nursing’s Nursing Research Committee (NRC) inspires, engages, and supports nurses to conduct and disseminate nursing research. Through the generation and translation of knowledge, the committee guides nurses to transform patient care, advance practice and improve outcomes.

The purpose of the NRC is to: