Tuesday’s NGE Webinar: Back to the Basics: Human Subjects Regulations and the IRB

Back to the Basics: Human Subjects Regulations and the IRB
Presented by Becky Freeman

Obtaining IRB approval or a not human subjects research determination is an important step when conducting human subjects research and program evaluation. Not having IRB approval when it is required could lead to serious consequences with funding agencies and potentially not being able to publish results. In this presentation, the basic human subjects research definitions and regulations will be discussed. The submission and review processes will also be explained. Case studies will be included to better illustrate levels of review and determinations that are made.

Time: Jul 12, 2016 10:00 PM (GMT-5:00) Central Time (US and Canada)

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