The Human Research Protection Office strives to keep ahead of the curve in order to provide the best practices available for the Washington University in St. Louis research community. To maintain this standard, HRPO often generates publications of interest to others those working in the field of human subject research and human research protections. Materials included are conference white papers, original research, and training guides.

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Publications from 2013

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Effective evaluation for a human research education program, Sarah Fowler-Dixon, Martha F. Jones, Michael Leary, Carla Pinkston, Jeanne Velders, and Mandi Walsh

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Washington University Human Research Protection Office training guide: Expedited reviewer specialist, Sarah Fowler-Dixon, Martha F. Jones, Jeanne Velders, and Jen Bass-Patino

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Washington University Human Research Protection Office training guide: IRB analyst, Sarah Fowler-Dixon, Martha F. Jones, Jeanne Velders, and Jen Bass-Patino

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Human Research Protection Office new member training: guidance for the non-scientist IRB member, Human Research Protection Office

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Washington University in St. Louis IRB meeting guide, Human Research Protection Office

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Washington University in St. Louis research toolkit for medical student researchers, Human Research Protection Office

Submissions from 2012

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2012 - 2013 Diversity Initiative: Brochure for committee recruitment, Human Research Protection Office

Publications from 2011

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A White Paper of conference proceedings from the St. Louis OHRP National Research Forum and Community-Engaged Research Conference, held at Washington University in St. Louis in September 2011, Sarah Fowler-Dixon