The final offering of the Life Cycle of the Award Series is in two parts on May 10th and May 16th, 2016 from 2:00 - 4:00pm Eastern Time each day. The webinars feature discussion of a variety of compliance topics essential to the knowledge of every research administrator. This three-hour workshop will cover the basics of institutional committee review for biosafety, human research participants, and animal research, as well as export compliance, conflict of interest, and research misconduct. True-life examples will highlight the importance of knowing where to find expertise and resources at your institution and beyond, creating a “compliance network".
Member Price: $295.00
Non-Member Price: $354.00
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Participants will have an understanding of basic issues and red flags for key areas of research compliance. Participants will be introduced to the concept of building a culture of compliance and balancing regulation with facilitation.
Director, Research Policy
University of Maryland, Baltimore
Joseph M Smith
Institutional Review Board Manager and Conflict of Interest Administrator, Division of Research
University of Maryland, College Park
Director, Knowledge Enterprise Development
Arizona State University
Research Compliance, University of Alabama
Regulatory Services, The University of Texas at Arlington
Participants receive 1.5 hours of continuing education credits = .2 CEU Credits for each webinar.
Watching in a group? Everyone watching the presentation can request a CEU certificate by writing down the verification code at the end of the webinar. Please make a note of the verification code as it will not be available after the webinar.
Please check with the main registrant who can access instructions for receiving your CEU certificate from this page.
"Cost-effective” way to supplement on-boarding program and continuing education training.
The series "Covered the major components of the research project life cycle"
Users said that the amount of material “felt right” and that each subject received “enough time”.