Exploring the Common Rule

A Guide for Beginners Workshop

Wednesdays, March 13, March 20, and March 27
1:00–3:00 PM ET

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PRIM&R advances the highest ethical standards in the conduct of research.

We accomplish this mission through education, membership services, professional certification, public policy initiatives, and community building.

Doing it Right: Consent and Compensation in Crowdsourced Data Collection Webinar

Doing it Right: Consent and Compensation in Crowdsourced Data Collection Webinar

Tuesday, March 5, 2024 
1:00–2:15 PM ET

After the introduction of Mechanical Turk (MTurk) as a human computation work platform, the use of crowdsourcing for data collection in research rose significantly, especially in the psychological sciences.

This webinar provides an overview of the history of the use of crowdsourcing for research data collection, addresses issues of identifiability and representativeness of MTurk workers, and describes techniques that have been developed to ensure both meaningful consent as well as mechanisms for ensuring that MTurk workers get compensated for their participation even if they were to withdraw from the study. 

 

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What IACUCs Need to Know About Working with IBCs Webinar

What IACUCs Need to Know About Working with IBCs Webinar

Thursday, April 11, 2024
1:00–2:30 PM ET

This webinar will explore the similarities and differences between IACUC and IBC programs and how the two oversight models can work together effectively. What are the key connection points and where are the potential missed signals when projects require review by both committees?

We'll aim to generate practical ideas for achieving productive partnerships between these two compliance areas at your institution. 

 

 

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Resources You Can Access Anytime, Anywhere

Research Ethics Timeline

This timeline summarizes key events in research ethics from 1900 to 2020. It highlights pivotal points that have shaped the current research ethics oversight environment.

Webinar Recordings & Bundles

Recordings of past webinars are available to view on demand! PRIM&R members have complimentary access to over 100 recordings and to webinar bundles.

 

 

Conference Archives

Packages of materials and recordings from past PRIM&R programs are available for purchase. PRIM&R members also have complimentary access to conference archives more than a year old.

AROC & EROC

Our Animal Research Oversight Course and Ethical Research Oversight Course are engaging, interactive online course that equip research ethics and oversight professionals for their roles. Individual and institutional licenses available.

Upcoming Dates and Deadlines

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March 5

Doing it Right: Consent and Compensation in Crowdsourced Data Collection Webinar

This webinar provides an overview of the history of the use of crowdsourcing for research data collection, addresses issues of identifiability and representativeness of MTurk workers, and describes techniques that have been developed to ensure both meaningful consent as well as mechanisms for ensuring that MTurk workers get compensated for their participation even if they were to withdraw from the study. 

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March 7

Research Ethics Action Collaborative for HRPPs (REACH) webinar

This interactive session will explain the motivation behind this effort and explore actionable strategies to operationalize inclusion efforts in HRPPs.

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March 13, 20, & 27

Exploring the Common Rule: A Guide for Beginners

Gain a foundational understanding that will help you efficiently review research, effectively communicate with researchers, and ensure that research conducted at your institution is in compliance with the regulations.

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April 11

What IACUCs Need to Know About Working with IBCs Webinar

This webinar will explore the similarities and differences between IACUC and IBC programs and how the two oversight models can work together effectively. What are the key connection points and where are the potential missed signals when projects require review by both committees?

Learn More