Education, News & Events: Annual Conference
Submit Your Session Proposals for the 2024 AAHRPP Annual Conference
Don’t miss this IN PERSON conference and virtual
learning experience! We have created an
amazing agenda, and you are in store for an interactive, insightful, and
innovative experience designed to inspire, refresh, renew, and revitalize your
commitment toprotecting research participants.
And an added bonus is that it’s all taking
place in sunny San Diego, CA!
AAHRPP now invites you to submit breakout session proposals for the 2024 Conference.
Proposals should fall into one of the following tracks:
- Community Outreach/Engagement
- Meeting AAHRPP Standards
- Research Ethics and Innovations
- Social Behavioral and Education Research (SBER)
- Vulnerable Populations
Proposals should include:
- An abstract/description of 300 words or less
- 3-4 bulleted learning objectives
- A maximum of TWO speaker suggestions. Each speaker must represent a different organization. (AAHRPP reserves the right to add or change speakers)
- You must have at least one speaker from an accredited organization
Submission Deadline: September 29, 2023.
Individuals will be informed of their proposal status by mid-November 2023.
Congratulations to the "Friends of AAHRPP" Award Recipients:
Distinguished Site Visitor:
Ann Johnson, PhD, MPH, Director, IRB/HRPP, University of Utah
Distinguished Team Leader:
Michelle Stickler, DEd, CIP, Assistant Vice President for Research, University of Texas at Austin
Sujatha Sridhar, MBBS, MCE, Executive Director, Research Compliance, Education, and Support Services, The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston
Congratulations to the "Distinguished Poster" Award Winners:
Hayat Ahmed, "Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) in Clinical Research: Tools & Resources for Incorporating DEI in IRB/HRPP Processes"
Kathy Seabolt and Charlotte Coley, "Utilizing a Jump Start Program for Training IRB Analysts without Prior IRB Experience"
Rebecca Hale, "Timing is Everything"
Megan Singleton, "What Do Research Participants Think of E-Consent? Addressing the Quality of the Participant’s Electronic Consent Experience"