IRB 250: Selected Topics

IRB 250 is a half- or full-day program that covers the regulations and best practices for overcoming the most challenging issues in human subjects protections. It is available through PRIM&R's At Your Doorstep program, as a pre-conference program, orat a workshop or boot camp (when available).

IRB 250 is a customizable course designed to deepen understanding of and insight into core research ethics and oversight topics and offers practical strategies for enhancing an institution's human research protection program (HRPP) and IRB operations. For specific details about the course, download a sample agenda.

Each customizable IRB 250 program begins with an introductory section on the "Criteria for the Review of Research" as specified in the "Common Rule," which is then followed by four additional modules selected by the host institution.

Available modules include:

What Past Participants Are Saying

All research administrators should attend this workshop.

Great overview on pertinent topics within research ethics and IRB approval that are applicable to clinical researchers.

Clear information. Precise presentation. Good balance of history and context with policies.

Great slides! The presenters were very knowledgeable.

Even though I have been able to attend multiple annual PRIM&R meetings and have served on the IRB for many years, the information presented was incisive, current, and comprehensive and further clarified existing knowledge.