TITLE: Protection of Huamn Subjects in Research Tutorial

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The University of Vermont (UVM) and UVM Medical Center (UVM Medical Center) are jointly committed to the protection of human research subjects. The Institutional Review Boards (IRBs), also referred to as the Committees on Human Research, review and approve human subject research. The committee review process is designed to protect the rights and welfare of participants who participate in research by ensuring that:

One way to enhance the protection of human subjects in research is to provide education and training. This on-line tutorial is an important component of education.  As continuing education, you will be added to a listserve that will keep you up-to-date.  Tutorial completion is required at least once every three years.