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OVPRI Human Subject Research Protection Blog

The VCU Human Research Protection Program is dedicated to facilitating ethically and scientifically sound research through robust review of research projects and through effective education and outreach to the VCU research community.

Wright Center for Clinical and Translational Research introduces a new three-part seminar series to train early career faculty and researchers in community engaged research.

The series hopes to increase the number of VCU junior faculty and researchers who comprehend CEnR and apply CEnR principles to their research. Attendees will be able to:

  • explain and recognize the what and why of CEnR
  • outline how to develop and sustain CEnR relationships via trust building and setting mutual goals and priorities
  • consider and analyze ethical and practical implications of CEnR

The first cycle of the series will occur on second Thursdays this December, January and February. Attendance at all three seminars is highly recommended.

To learn more, and to register for the sessions, visit the Wright Center’s page for the events.Categories IRB Education and Training, News and Updates
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