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IACUC18

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Join PRIM&R in Columbus, OH on March 19-21 for the 2018 Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee (IACUC) Conference.

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IACUC18 Blog Squad

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Webinar

Clarifying “Exceptions” and “Departures”

Distinguish between departures and exceptions as used by USDA and OLAW by joining this webinar on January 30.

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Webinar

Building an Exceptional Animal Care and Use Program Through Engaged Leaders and Continuous Improvement

Join us on April 18 to learn how to build an effective animal care & use program.

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Workshop

Research On, About, and Including Vulnerable Populations

Join us for a full-day workshop on April 30 for a basic overview of the regulations that cover and explore vulnerable populations.

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New Podcast!

Rethinking Our Perspective in Pursuit of Empathy

Rebecca Dresser aims to shift the perspective of IRBs to include participants when designing consent.

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Implementing the Revised Common Rule

Join PRIM&R on January 29 for a practical, hands-on workshop that will guide you through the revised Common Rule regulations.

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Revised Common Rule

PRIM&R's Focus on the Revised Common Rule website is your one-stop spot for the latest news, resources, and educational offerings.

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Workshop

Decreasing Regulatory Burden: What's Not to Like?

Join PRIM&R for a half-day workshop further exploring animal care regulations following the ACLAM Forum on May 2.

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Webinar

Digital Health Technology and Human Subjects Research

Learn how to assess the suitability of digital health technology for use in human subjects research in this webinar on February 8.

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News & Announcements

At Your Doorstep

Understanding the Revised Common Rule
This half-day interactive program will provide a practical, hands-on journey through the revised Common Rule regulations. More

Professional Development

PRIM&R Career Center
Find hundreds of listing for careers in research ethics and administration in the PRIM&R Career Center. More

AER18

Poster Presentation Program
If you are you conducting a project relevant to human subjects research, consider participating in the AER18 Poster Presentation Program. More

From the IRB Forum

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Public Policy

Data Sharing Workshop

In March 2017, PRIM&R's Public Policy Committee held a day-long workshop on the ethics on data sharing. Take a look at the proceedings, including a summary and video.

  • Data Sharing in Research with American Indians and Alaska Natives: Informed Practices, Considerations, and Case Studies
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  • Final Rule Case Study – UNM IRB
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  • Final Rule Topics
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  • Minimal Risk Categories – University of New Mexico (UNM) IRB
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  • Video: SBER Network Virtual Roundtable: Things to Consider when Implementing the Final Rule
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Visit The Knowledge Center
  • I Need Help!
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  • Clinical Research Question of the Month: January 2018
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  • Webinar Follow-up: Research with Aquatic Species
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  • Research Ethics Roundup: New French Oversight Unit Devoted to First-In-Human Research, “Largest Lifetime Longitudinal Study of Pets” Advances, Bioethics International Pushes for Trial Transparency, Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service’s New Incentive Program
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  • Clinical Research Ethics Question of the Month: December 2017
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