Support PRIM&R

At PRIM&R, ethics education has a direct and immediate impact on decision and action in the real world. Those we serve are on the front lines: champions of ethical research practices and subject protections, and incredibly important to both public trust and research success. Our job is to provide the programming, resources, and networks needed to ensure ethical practices in research programs.

For more than 40 years, we have led the field in providing highly acclaimed conferences and short courses, practical tools, and cutting-edge strategies to all those involved in the research enterprise. As we look forward to the next 40 years, we are eager not only to continue our work, but also to make our efforts more accessible to others. That’s where we need your help.

We hope you will consider supporting PRIM&R. We offer a number of ways:

Conferences

Advancing Ethical Research (AER) Conference

PRIM&R’s AER Conference is widely acknowledged to be the premier event for those in the field of human subjects protections. In 2015, we’re expecting more than 2,500 participants from 50 states and more than 30 countries who represent a variety of perspectives, including institutional review board (IRB) chairs, members, administrators, and staff, human research protections program professionals, federal agency representatives, industry representatives, researchers and research staff, institutional officials, ethicists, and community leaders. We strive to deliver an educational experience that will help our attendees better understand and respond to the complexities of rapidly changing research and regulations. Download the Supporter and Exhibitor prospectus to learn more about participating in the conference through an onsite or in-kind opportunity.

Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee (IACUC) Conference

Over the years, PRIM&R's IACUC Conference has brought together thousands of people—professionals and lay people alike who are committed to animal care and use issues. In 2016, we’re expecting upwards of 600 participants who represent a variety of perspectives, including IACUC administrators and coordinators, IACUC chairs and members, attending veterinarians, compliance personnel, institutional officials, investigators and research staff, regulators, pharmaceutical/biotechnology representatives, institutional attorneys, and advocates. Download the Supporter and Exhibitor prospectus to learn more.

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Educational Programs

Webinars

A PRIM&R webinar provides a convenient and affordable way for busy professionals to keep up with new developments or brush up on existing regulations and policies. These 60- to 90-minute sessions deliver information on long-standing issues, as well as analyze late-breaking changes in the fields of human subjects protections and animal care and use. Webinar attendance ranges from 150 to 1000 with a mix of individual and group registrations. Support a single webinar, or four webinars of your choosing. Download the prospectus.

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Resources

IRB Forum

The IRB Forum is an active online discussion forum for those involved in the field of human subjects research. Access is free, and over 3,200 active users contribute an average of 120 messages per month. With the IRB Forum, PRIM&R strives to deliver an educational tool that will help users gain knowledge, seek guidance, and know that they are not alone in understanding regulations, best practices, and strategies. A contribution ensures that this goal is met. Download the prospectus.

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Scholarships

Felix Gyi Memorial CIP® Scholarship

A gift to the Felix Gyi Memorial CIP® Scholarship, established to honor the legacy of Felix Gyi, an active and valued leader in the field of human subjects protections and a key player in the foundation of the Certified IRB Professional (CIP®) credential, ensures that those who cannot afford to sit for the CIP exam or to recertify can still obtain this valuable professional credential. Donate today.

Joan Rachlin Scholarship Fund

A gift to the Joan Rachlin Scholarship, established in recognition of PRIM&R’s former executive director who led the organization from 1974 to 2014, provides support, including travel, for individuals without the financial means to attend PRIM&R’s annual conferences. Donate today.

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