Foundations of Trust:
Connecting Our Community to Research
Hartford HealthCare and The Office for Human Research Protections (OHRP) are hosting a Research Community Forum on Tuesday and Wednesday, October 25 & 26, 2016, at the Hartford Marriott Downtown Hotel in Hartford, Connecticut.
This will be a two day event full of exhibits, keynote presentations, interactive workshops and networking at its finest.
Tuesday, October 25 features a symposium style format focused on ethical issues of engaging community participation in research. The keynote speaker Camille Nebeker, Ed.D., M.S., is considered an expert in applying human research ethics in emerging technologies. Her presentation for this event is: “Connected and Open Research Ethics: Ethical Research Using Personal Health Data.” Several break-out sessions are available in various topics including: the impact of recent federal updates, community engaged participatory research, patient powered research as well as mobile health engagement.
Wednesday, October 26 is a workshop-style interactive day providing an opportunity for the research community to engage with staff from the Federal Office for Human Research Protections (OHRP). This program will explore various key aspects of human research protection including the direct perspective of former participants.
This event has been approved for CME and CIP credits.
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