2023 PRIM&R Annual Conference
2023 SBER Conference

Washington, DC
December 3–6, 2023 

2023 PRIM&R Annual Conference/2023 SBER Conference

2023 PRIM&R Annual Conference/2023 SBER Conference

2023 PRIM&R Annual Conference (PRIMR23) will be held on December 3–6, 2023, in Washington, DC. The 2023 Social, Behavioral, and Educational Research Conference (SBER23) and PRIMR23 Workshops will be held on December 3. Information on the agenda, registration, and housing will be available during the spring of 2023.  

As the world evolves and modernizes, PRIM&R seeks to create a space to think holistically about the research enterprise. At PRIMR23 and SBER23, endeavor with us to achieve a shared vision of advancing ethical, responsible, and high-quality research. 

PRIMR23 and SBER23 are for: HRPP/IRB, IACUC/ACU, and IBC directors, administrators, chairs, and members; compliance personnel; QA/QI personnel; institutional research leadership; federal and state representatives; industry personnel; CRO employees; researchers and research staff; legal counsel; public relations professionals; research subject and patient advocates; ethicists; and anyone else working within the research enterprise. 

Contact us with questions.  

PRIMR23/SBER23 Conference Format

Next year's events are designed for attendees to create a conference experience that best meets their professional needs and interests. Each day will feature plenary, breakout, and networking sessions, with content areas  as follows: 

  • December 3: PRIMR23 Workshops (in-depth courses on topics related to human subjects research, animal care and use, institutional leadership, and crossover* topics) and SBER23 (a day long meeting for those working in SBER)
  • December 4: PRIMR23—Human subjects research, animal care and use, institutional leadership, and crossover* content 
  • December 5: PRIMR23—Human subjects research, animal care and use, institutional leadership, and crossover* content 
  • December 6: PRIMR23—Human subjects research and crossover content* 

Registration packages will be set-up so attendees can go to the days of most interest to their professional interest(s).  

*Crossover content is geared to all those working in research, ethics, and oversight and is on shared oversight challenges, emerging issues in research, and challenges to trustworthiness in research.