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January Methods Brownbag: 2018 Changes to the Common Rule: Epidemiology & Public Health Research

January 20th, 2020 by Gretchen Day

Join us Tuesday, January 28, from noon to 1pm in the COB 4 conference room, or remotely via Adobe Connect for our monthly Methods Brownbag series.

Methods Brownbags are an educational “how to” series for researchers sponsored by the American Indian-Alaska Native (AIAN) Clinical Translational Research Program (CTRP). Our goal is to enhance research capacity throughout Alaska and Montana.

This month, Laura Youngblood will address some of the changes to the 2018 Common Rule, with a focus on those changes that are most relevant to researchers, and ethical and regulatory considerations that are unique to public health research and epidemiology.

The Biostats Brownbag Room link=

For those who do not have a computer/microphone/web cam, they may listen/call in @ 1-800-832-0736 Room Number= 1863744

All are welcome to attend, please share with others who may be interested