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REKS Summer Series Webinars: W.A.S.H: A Community-Based Participatory Research Collaboration

Date Wed, Jul 13
Time 12: 00 PM - 1: 00 PM
Location Zoom


GHUCCTS Regulatory, Ethics, Knowledge, & Support Proudly Presents A Three-Part Series to address Regulatory and Ethics in Innovative Community Research

Purpose:
To highlight and discuss innovative community research, regulatory requirements, and ethical implications

Target Audience:
Clinical Researchers, Research Teams, IRB Members, Students

Objectives:
- To understand community research and its impact
- To explore innovations in research method and design
- To discuss ethical and regulatory elements for community research

July 13, 2022:
Dr. Roxanne Mirabal-Beltran
W.A.S.H: A Community-Based Participatory Research Collaboration

August 10, 2022:
Dr. Angela Thomas
Healthcare Delivery Research: Safe Babies Safe Moms

September 14, 2022:
REKS Faculty
Ethics, Equity, and Research Protections for Un/underinsured Participants

Questions? Contact claudia.gunawan@va.gov

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