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Virtual Training: Ethics, Regulatory and Study Implementation for Research Involving Human Subjects - Day 2

Date Fri, Jun 12
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

Sarah Vittone, DBe MSN, RN

REKS Education Coordinator
Georgetown University Medical Center

Jane Otado, PhD

Interim REKS Director
GHUCCTS Howard University

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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