OHRP June 2016 Newsletter
In the Know…
News from OHRP’s Division of Education and Development
OHRP is Hitting the Road: First Stop, Georgia!
OHRP is heading south! Join our staff at a Research Community Forum called “Navigating a River of Change: Bringing Research Up to Par” in Augusta, GA, July 18-19, 2017. The workshop features interactive presentations related to the HHS regulations, including sessions on the revised Common Rule. The conference will have break-out sessions on central IRBs, genetics research, online consent, reporting, and more. Don’t miss out on this opportunity to connect with human research professionals from across the country and learn about the regulations directly from OHRP staff! Register at: http://www.augusta.edu/research/dhhs/
Save the Date for Other Events!
Sept 6-7, 2017: Research Community Forum in Cincinnati, OH
Oct 25, 2017: Workshop at NIH OER Regional meeting in Baltimore, MD
Feb 27-28, 2018: Research Community Forum at UCSD in San Diego, CA
Luminaries Lecture Series
OHRP has added three new lectures to its Luminaries Lecture Series, which features presentations by
esteemed individuals with thought-provoking insights on human subjects research protections.
New lectures include:
- Julia Lane on “Big Data, Privacy, and the Public Good”
- Stuart Goldberg on “The Impact of Personalized Medicine for Cancer Patients through Big and Small Data”
- Benjamin Berkman on “Reexamining the Right Not to Know”
To view the Luminaries Lectures, visit:
¡About Research Participation: en Español!
OHRP is expanding the Spanish language materials available on its public outreach website, About Research Participation, www.hhs.gov/about-research-participation. From the main page, users can choose to view the site in English or Spanish. These resources are intended to help potential volunteers better understand research and find the information they need to decide whether to participate in research. The Spanish pages include short videos about participating in research and a printable list of questions that potential volunteers can ask researchers. There are also links to additional resources that are available in Spanish.
Trial coordinators and research staff may want to use these materials to facilitate and improve the informed consent process. We hope these materials will be a valuable resource for the research community as well as the general public. Please consider sharing this information with other human research protection professionals!
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