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Office of Research Protections, Policy, and Education Webinars

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The Office of Research Protections, Policy, and Education (ORPP&E) is pleased to announce a series of webinars focusing on topics in human subjects research protection. Each session will allow time for questions.

Upcoming Webinars

Topic:  ORPP&E Town Hall:  Life under the Revised Common Rule

Date: Wednesday, June 26th, 2019 

Time: 2:00 – 3:30pm EST

Purpose:  This webinar will provide attendees an opportunity to ask representatives from ORPP&E and ORO-P&E questions about implementing the revised common rule at their facility.  Questions can be sent in advanced to vhacoordregulatory@va.gov.

Course Tract: Core Series

Target Audience:  All are welcome!

Webinar details and registration:  https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/7551928944757923597

Software Requirements:  Be sure you have Adobe Flash installed on your computer

FAQ

If I'm unable to attend this Cyberseminar session, will it be available again?

Cyberseminar sessions are generally only presented live once, unless otherwise indicated. However, all efforts will be made to have Cyberseminar sessions recorded and made available in our archive. If you're registered for the session, you will receive an e-mail with the archive link once it becomes available.

How will I receive audio for the Cyberseminar session?

The audio will be streamed through your computer. Turn on your speakers or plug in your headphones; the audio is automatically streamed. If you do not have speakers or a sound card, audio will be available via telephone; the number to call will be on your confirmation e-mail and also will appear on your computer screen when you join GoToWebinar.

Who do I email for help?

Contact vhacoordregulatory@va.gov for assistance.


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