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Certificate in the Ethical Foundations of Animal Care and Use


PRIM&R’s Certificate in the Ethical Foundations of Animal Care and Use will provide you with an understanding of the ethical and regulatory underpinnings of animal care and use in research. The program is designed to provide you with expert advice, real-life examples, and strategies to enhance your understanding of this area.


Certificate in the Foundations of Human Subjects Protections


PRIM&R’s Certificate in the Foundations of Human Subjects Protections will provide you with an understanding of the ethical and regulatory underpinnings of subject protections. The program is designed to provide you with expert advice, real-life examples, and strategies to enhance your understanding of the field.


Ethical Research Oversight Course (EROC)


EROC is an engaging, interactive online course designed to equip IRB members and HRPP/IRB staff for their roles through demonstration of the ethical principles and regulatory frameworks that govern their day-to-day work.


Implementing the Revised Common Rule Workshop On Demand


A final revision of the "Common Rule," was released on January 19, 2017. This is a recording of the in-person workshop held on January 29, 2018 in Albuquerque, NM.


Advanced Noncompliance Scenarios for IACUCs: Laboratory Animals and Wildlife


June 20, 2019

Speakers will present interactive scenarios to assist IACUCs in navigating the challenges associated with identifying, investigating, reporting, correcting, and preventing future noncompliance at their institution.


Pediatric Risk Determination: IRB Considerations and Cases


September 19, 2019

When assessing risk for pediatric studies, an IRB must evaluate all procedures and interventions against four categories of research. To make this determination properly, the IRB has to decide on two inconsistently defined concepts: 1) is there prospect of direct benefit? Or 2) does the research present minimal risk or a minor increase over minimal risk?