This free workshop is designed for research personnel interested in enhancing their competency in the field of clinical research. Each module will consist of didactic material and hands-on training exercises.
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Clinical Research Workshop: A Deep Dive into Informed Consent

Date Thu, Mar 23
Time 08: 30 AM - 2: 00 PM
Location Howard University: Louis Stokes Library – In-Person Event

This free workshop is designed for research personnel interested in enhancing their competency in the field of clinical research. Each module will consist of didactic material and hands-on training exercises. Topics discussed will include the following:

  • Informed Consent Process
  • Source Documentation
  • Special Populations and Vulnerable Populations

 Registration Link: https://redcap.link/GHUCCTSClinicalResearchWorkshop

For more information contact Priscilla Adler.

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