PRIM&R On Demand offers recorded workshops from past PRIM&R events to provide flexible group learning opportunities for your team. Select a pre-recorded program taught by expert faculty on relevant issues for human subjects protections and animal care and use, optimized for group viewing; feel free to watch however works best for your needs, whether that’s all together in one room, or separately while working from home. The viewing guide document includes the time stamps of different sections, to help you stay on track.
The concept of equal human rights has been an ongoing concern since the founding of America. However, these concerns have been recently magnified by the recent murders which have been caught on video and broadcasted in multiple media outlets. The murders have caused our society to examine the notion of justice and how it may, or may not be, playing out particularly in populations which have been historically vulnerable to injustice and mistreatment. As the human subjects research industry reflects the global state and well-being of public health, the protection of human subjects must carefully consider how societal ills could potentially affect our approach to this very important work. In this talk, the presenters will provide material which will assist attendees in having crucial and sometimes difficult conversations around defining current diversity and inclusion efforts while reflecting on historical events which have shaped our expectations for human research protections. Additionally, the presenters will discuss strategies on transitioning diversity and inclusion efforts to equity and justice efforts and the deliverables which should be associated with this transition.
*This workshop was originally presented at the 2020 Advancing Ethical Research Conference.
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Access to live content will be available for 90 days after the recording is made available. After 90 days, access to the content will be removed, but users will retain access to any certificates of attendance earned. To earn a certificate, one must complete all required sections and complete the certificate section within the 90-day access period. After access has expired, users can purchase an additional 90 days of access.
PRIM&R On Demand is a group learning opportunity. A group representative should purchase the course, and a PRIM&R staff member will send specific access instructions within a day or two of purchase.
- There is no limit to the number of learners who can take the course, however, learners taking the course under one license should be affiliated with the same site or location.
- It is the responsibility of the person whose name is used to purchase the course to help their users create accounts, add team members, and distribute information to their colleagues. Instructions will be provided.
- Only the person purchasing the license needs to be a PRIM&R member in order to receive the member institutional rate.