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Virtual Training: Ethics, Regulatory and Study Implementation for Research Involving Human Subjects - Day 1

Date Fri, Jun 5
Time 09: 00 AM - 12: 30 PM
Location Zoom

This advanced course is designed for research staff interested in enhancing their competency in the field of clinical research. Each module will consist of didactic material and a hands-on training exercise.

Course Objectives
 | Conducting research is a life-long experiential learning process. The course will provide:

  • Advanced training in the methods and conduct of clinical research
  • A blended-learning, hands-on approach that will enable the research staff to participate
Course Director Course Coordinators

Mary Anne Hinkson, MBA, BS

MedStar Health Research Institute
Vice President, Research Operations
maryanne.hinkson@medstar.net

Sarah Vittone, DBe MSN, RN

REKS Education Coordinator
Georgetown University Medical Center
sbv7@georgetown.edu

Jane Otado, PhD

Interim REKS Director
GHUCCTS Howard University
j_otado@howard.edu

This two-day training is free. Space is limited to the first 50 participants - please register early.

Registration is now closed.
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