- To assure the rights and wellbeing of human subjects are protected
- To educate researchers about how to improve study conduct
- To assess research risk areas
- To provide resources to the Research Community
Research Education and Training
To assist researchers in protecting the rights, welfare and safety of human subjects by providing educational opportunities and resources in research ethics and human subject safety, with an emphasis on proper and responsible conduct of human subject research.
- To enable study teams to conduct human subject research in compliance with Federal regulations, institutional policy and good clinical practice thereby mitigating risks to human subjects.
- To cultivate high quality research through study team support and outreach.
Upcoming Training Opportunities
OHSP Training Opportunities
The training opportunities identified below are described further here. Please email Kelly Unsworth to register (include your name, title and contact information as well as the name and date of the course you would like to register for). External registrants will be asked to complete a registration form (registration fees will be charged for external attendees).
- Orientation to Conducting Human Subject Research
- Wednesday, June 25, 2014, 12:00-1:30pm, Helen Wood Hall Classroom 1W-502
- Research Boot Camp
- Wednesday, July 16, 2014, 8:00am-12:00pm, Helen Wood Hall Classroom 1W-502
OHSP Monthly Seminar Series:
OHSP's seminar series will resume in September. Please check back for more information in August.
RSRB Online Submission System (ROSS) Training:
ROSS training occurs the 3rd Monday of every month from 2-3pm in the OHSP Office. Please email Suzanne Flanigan to register.
Human Subjects Training
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