Seminar/Event Detail

Informed Consents: Types of Informed Consents and How to Write Them

Date/Time: 19 March 2015, 12noon - 1:15pm
Speaker: Denise Lin-DeShetler
Speaker Affiliation: Director, Human Studies Program
Venue: Kuykendall 106 Events Room, Manoa Campus
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Description: The Faculty Mentoring Program and Preparing Future Faculty present

UH IRB Series: Event 2
Informed Consents: Types of Informed Consents and How to Write Them

Presented by:
Denise Lin-DeShetler
Director, Human Studies Program

Thursday, March 19, 2015
12:00 noon to 1:15 p.m.
Kuykendall 106 Events Room

“What kind of consent forms should I use for my research? I am unsure about
the differences between consent and assent forms. I do not know how to write
a consent form.” If you have these and other questions related to the
process of informed consent and its forms, this workshop is for you.

Come and learn about the various types of informed consents used in research
involving human participants, when to use them, and how to write them.

Register online: http://www.fmp.hawaii.edu/OnlineReg.html

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