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VAIRRS Training Opportunities

VAIRRS Training Announcements

The Office of Research Protections, Policy, and Education (ORPP&E) is hosting two webinars this month:

VAIRRS Webinar

Topic: VAIRRS Monthly Webinar - IRBNet Basics for Investigators 

Date: Tuesday, September 20, 2022
Time: 2:00 - 3:00 PM (EDT)
Purpose: With the beginning of fall and the start of a new semester, The VAIRRS Support Team is offering a refresher course, IRBNet Basics for Investigators, for new investigators at VA. This webinar will cover basics like how investigators access and enroll into IRBNet to creating and revising a package in IRBNet.

Lead Presenters: Angela Foster and the VAIRRS Support Team

Target Audience: R&D Committee members, IRB members, research office staff, compliance officers, and Investigator and study team members.

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VAEDA Webinar

Topic:  VA Electronic Determination Aid (VAEDA) Full Launch

Date: Wednesday, September 21, 2022 
Time: 2:00 - 3:00 PM (EDT)

Lead Presenters: Dr. Molly Klote; Dr. Jeffrey Ferraro, PhD, MSc; Dr. Don Workman, PhD; Angela Foster

Purpose: Provide an overview and demonstration of VAEDA, discuss its purpose and respond to any questions.

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VAIRRS Navigational Guides

The VAIRRS Support Team has created a folder of user guides built to assist VAIRRS users stuck in specific scenarios. The user guides provide step-by-step instruction to help users navigate confusing, and common, processes within VAIRRS. Please click here to reference the user guides available to you now!

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