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Office for Human Research Protections (OHRP)

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Education

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The Division of Education and Development:

  1. Produces and coordinates conferences focusing on issues in human subjects protection;
  2. Develops and conducts quality improvement activities to improve human research protection programs;
  3. Promotes cooperative education and development efforts among external groups and consortia to improve human subjects protections and related processes;
  4. Responds to requests for clarification and guidance regarding ethical issues in biomedical and behavioral research involving human subjects;
  5. Provides technical assistance to institutions engaged in HHS-conducted or -sponsored research involving human subjects; and,
  6. Maintains, promulgates, and updates educational and institutional review guidance materials.

Educational Activities

The Office for Human Research Protections (OHRP) Division of Education and Development provides a multifaceted education program, The OHRP education program includes:

National Conferences - OHRP sponsors a number of National Conferences each year. A workshop is a comprehensive two-day program focusing on regulatory and ethical issues pertaining to the protection of human subjects in research. OHRP jointly develops the workshop program with a host institution. For information on hosting a future OHRP-sponsored National Workshop, please contact Ms. Darlene Ross at dross@osophs.dhhs.gov.

For more information regarding upcoming National Conferences visit: http://www.hhs.gov/ohrp/conference.html

Research Community Forums - Each year OHRP sponsors a number of Research Community Forums. This event is a one-day program. OHRP works with a host institution to plan an agenda of interest to research institutions in the regional area. An on-site Regional Community Forum may be augmented with a videoconference linked to OHRP for a question and answer session. For information on hosting a future Research Community Forum, please contact Ms. Darlene Ross at dross@osophs.dhhs.gov. For more information regarding up coming Research Community Forums visit: http://www.hhs.gov/ohrp/education/conference.html

Quality Improvement Program - OHRP's Quality Improvement Program (QIP) is intended to help institutions evaluate and improve the quality of their human research protections program. Institutions may do a self-assessment utilizing the QA Self-Assessment Tool. In addition, institutions may contact OHRP to request a QA consultation. For more information on the QIP, click here.

Speaking Invitations - OHRP staff participate in numerous meetings (conferences and seminars) sponsored by institutions, professional associations, private industry, patient advocacy groups and the federal government. OHRP's new state-of-the-art videoconferencing equipment offers OHRP staff greater opportunity to participate in meetings via videoconference. Please send all speaking invitations to Elyse Summers at elyse.summers@hhs.gov.

OHRP Website - The OHRP website provides numerous resources regarding human subject protections. See Policy Guidance for HHS regulations, OHRP guidance materials and informed consent information.

OHRP Email Box - Questions regarding the HHS human subject protection regulations, OHRP guidance or ethical issues related to human subject research may be sent to OHRP via email. The Division of Education and Development staff responds to questions sent to the OHRP email box.

The OHRP email address is: ohrp@osophs.dhhs.gov

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Educational Materials

Availability of Educational Videos

OHRP is pleased to announce the availability of a playlist on the HHS YouTube channel (http://www.youtube.com/user/USGOVHHS#g/c/5965CB14C2506914) of educational videos developed by the Division of Education and Development. These videos provide information on a variety of topics regarding the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) regulations for the protection of human subjects of research described at 45 CFR part 46. Each video is approximately 20-25 minutes in length. An institution may reproduce or share these materials for educational purposes and may wish to consider incorporating the materials in their training programs.

Currently Available

Research Use of Human Biological Specimens and Other Private Information:

Reviewing and Reporting Unanticipated Problems and Adverse Events:

Institutional Review Board (IRB) Membership

General Informed Consent Requirements

Coming Soon

  • IRB Records
  • Complex Issues with Research Involving Vulnerable Populations

OHRP anticipates the release of additional training videos in the future. We welcome any feedback or suggestions on content, format, or any other aspect of the training videos. Please send your comments to OHRP@hhs.gov

To view in RealPlayer format, you must have the Real® Media player installed on your computer to view the training modules. Click the following link to Download the free Real® Media player.

The RealPlayer format videos are hosted on the NIH website. If you have technical difficulties with viewing the videos, please see: http://videocast.nih.gov/faq/#topic4

OHRP Educational Videos—Additional Information

Additional Video Materials

Belmont Report Historical Archive

Protecting Human Subjects

  • Module 1 & 2: Evolving Concern: Protection of Human Subjects (22 minutes) & The Belmont Report (28 minutes) 
  • Module 3: Balancing Society’s Mandates (36 minutes)

Investigator 101 Training (Produced by PRIM&R)
To order this material, please download CD ROM Order Form and the Recipient License Agreement.

Additional Video Materials – Additional Information

Tutorials

Other Educational Materials

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Last revised: July 12, 2010

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