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January 21, 2019 - IMPLEMENTATION OF THE REVISIONS TO THE COMMON RULE
After a previous implementation delay in January 2018, revisions to the Common Rule – a regulation governing the use of human subjects in federal research – are planned to take full effect on January 21, 2019. The IRB staff is prepared to apply the new/revised regulations once they become effective. Please keep in mind that this may involve additional outreach from the IRB staff during review. If you wish to learn more about the revisions and new requirements, please visit our dedicated guidance page for detailed information regarding the Common Rule revisions.
3.14.19 - 5.15.19 - Penn IRB SPRING EDUCATIONAL SERIES
Throughout the spring of 2019, the Penn IRB will be offering a variety of educational opportunities for Penn faculty, staff and students engaged or interested in Human Research. Please either download the complete flyer (includes registration links) or visit our Classes and Education Page for more information about how to register.
Don’t see any courses that work for you? Please feel free to set up a personalized session for your department as well to cover any additional topics pertinent to your research that you’d like to learn about! The IRB, at no additional cost, will send a reviewer to your department and present or discuss any further information you need to complete your applications or conduct your research. If interested, please contact Megan Bogia (at firstname.lastname@example.org) to schedule a session.
2.4.19 - 6.3.19 - Penn Department of Medical Ethics and Health Policy - Research Ethics and Policy Series
Throughout 2019, a variety of seminars will be hosted by the Penn Department of Medical Ethics and Health Policy. The goal of this series are to provide a forum to discuss emerging issues in research ethics and policy with experts and trainees, and to facilitate connections between those working in research ethics across Penn and CHOP. All seminars will be held the first Monday of the month.
Location: Austrian Auditorium - Clinical Research Building- 415 Curie Blvd.
Time: 12-1 PM
Please note these events are not coordinated by the Penn IRB. Any questions or comments should be sent to Francis Terpening (email@example.com)