IRB Professional Development Session

IRB Professional Development Session

Tribal and Tribal College Institutional Review Boards (IRBs) have been established at the majority of tribal colleges and a significant number established by tribal nations. Sponsored by AIHEC’s NARCH Project, 1.5-day professional development sessions are intended for members of IRBs serving tribal communities and tribal colleges. Each session will provide an overview of the purpose, scope, and mission of IRBs including the requirements that must be met according to Title 45 CFR, Part 46 as administered by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. Most specifically, the focus of each session will examine the nuances of research in Indian country and the challenges presented to these IRBs. There will be discussion of the types of issues being faced by IRBs in Indian country including best practices. Training Materials and Reference Information
LAST SESSION:

  1. September 27–28, 2018. Embassy Suites Minneapolis Airport, Bloomington, MN. Registration (deadline: 9.1.2018)