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Research Nuts & Bolts: “Responsible Conduct of Research & Research Integrity”

Location: Zoom

Date: Thursday, November 19, 2020

Time: 10–11 a.m.

Contact: Marissa Alviar

About the Event

The Health Transformation Research Institute, Office of Research and Department of Population Health present “The Nuts and Bolts of Executing a Clinical or Population Research Study.”

The series consists of one-hour forums focusing on topics related to the execution of clinical and population research. The target audience is faculty and staff involved in clinical and/or population research. There is no academic credit or Continuing Medical Education credit offered for this course.

This installment features Anne Tibbets, Ph.D., presenting “Responsible Conduct of Research and Research Integrity.” Tibbets is associate director of outside activities in the Office of Research Support and Compliance.

Register in advance to receive the Zoom information the week before the event. Attendees should review discussion materials beforehand and be prepared to discuss the topic with the presenter.

Discussion Materials

Discussion materials to review for this session are: