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Community Partner Research Ethics Training: A Strategy for Improving Recruitment and Retention, presented by Jennifer R. Jones, MPH, Community Engagement Senior Coordinator at CTSI. Join us to learn about a Pitt-IRB approved research ethics training for community partners. CPRET was designed to help Principal Investigators and Research Coordinators tailor research ethics training for a specific study and to encourage dialogue with community members who will participate on the research team. This training is particularly relevant for investigators engaged in clinical and translational research involving community stakeholders. Investigators have the opportunity to create and discuss scenarios that may arise in the course of their specific study while ensuring that core research ethics principles – i.e., autonomy, beneficence, and justice – are defined and reviewed. (subject matter: human participants) 


Tuesday, February 27, 2018
12:00pm - 1:00pm
Jennifer R. Jones

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Grant Dev