RSRB Training

Friday, February 13, 2009
6:30 to 9:30 p.m.
Dewey Hall 1-305

Facilitated by Alfred Vitale

Students beginning the dissertation process must receive approval from the University’s review board (RSRB) before they can begin to conduct their research or collect any data. Many students find the process to be both daunting and confusing, as it is now fully electronic and requires multiple forms to complete. Attending a Warner-sponsored RSRB training is REQUIRED before one submits a protocol to RSRB.

The Warner School is providing an RSRB training course to all dissertation-level students.

You will learn important aspects of the RSRB process that will significantly reduce the time for your protocol to receive approval by the RSRB.
If you are attending this training session:

1) Please PRINT and BRING the following 148 page volume (RSRB Investigator Guidance) to the course: www.urmc.rochester.edu/rsrb/pdf/invguidance.pdf. Unfortunately, we cannot provide multiple copies of such a large volume.

2) RSVP TO avitale@warner.rochester.edu TO ENSURE WE HAVE ENOUGH COPIES OF ADDITIONAL MATERIALS FOR YOU.

3) If you have a laptop set up to use the wireless system in Warner, please bring it with you. We will make sure all of you are correctly registered in the RSRB system.

If you have any questions, please contact:
Alfred Vitale
Data and Information Projects Manager
RSRB Human Subjects Study Departmental Co-Reviewer
Warner Center for Professional Development and Education Reform
Warner Graduate School of Education and Human Development
avitale@warner.rochester.edu
(585) 275-8270


 




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