Register for April 17 training focused on IRB basics

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Posted March 21, 2019 by Tiffany Lee

The University of Nebraska-Lincoln’s Institutional Review Board staff is hosting an April 17 training session focused on human subjects research and the IRB review process. Nebraska faculty, staff and students should register here for the session, set for 2-3 p.m. at the Nebraska Union, Colonial Room A.

The training is aimed at updating the university’s research community following the Jan. 21 implementation of the revised Common Rule, which regulates research with human subjects. Presenters will cover the basics of human subjects research, including where to find templates, policies, helpful websites and other updated information. The presentation is short, allowing participants to ask questions.

Those unable to attend in person may access a recording of the presentation, which will be posted later in the Video Resources section of the Research Compliance Services website.

For more information, contact the IRB staff, 402-472-6965.

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