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Public Responsibility in Medicine & Research (PRIMR) Webinar

12:00 p.m.-1:30 p.m.
Hillman Hall, Room 60
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Register at: HRPO PRIMR Suicidal Individuals in Research (Learn@work)

The National Institute of Mental Health recently published guidance titled: Conducting Research with Participants at Elevated Risk for Suicide: Considerations for Researchers focusing on:

  • Ethical and Participant Safety Questions
  • Relevant Federal Policies and Guidance
  • Cross-Cutting Considerations
    • Research Design
    • Common Data Elements and Data Sharing
    • Informed Consent
    • Monitoring and Reporting
    • Responding to Suicidal Crises and Clinical Worsening
    • End of Study Participation
  • Emerging Considerations
    • Pragmatic Trials
    • New Technologies

This Public Responsibility in Medicine & Research (PRIMR) webinar will summarize the recently released guidance and discuss practical applications to address these considerations, including the role of clinical care in mitigating risk. Potential negative consequences of excluding suicidal individuals in research will also be considered. The webinar will conclude with interactive case studies.

Webinar participants will receive 1.5 continuing education credits.

For those who are interested but unable to attend in person on October 17th, a recording of the webinar will be made available. Contact Sarah Fowler-Dixon, PhD at sfowler-dixon@wustl.edu if you are interested in this option.