What resources and optional training are available?
The HRPP Office presents a series of optional interactive sessions throughout the year entitled Human Research Module Series. The Module Series focuses on one or more features of human subject research at the Medical College of Wisconsin.
This educational event offered semi-annually to provide resources to the human research team member in the coordinator role that will expedite his/her ability to perform his/her job responsibilities in a manner consistent with federal requirements and guidance and other applicable policy. The focus of this course is the very basic day to day functions of conducting research with an emphasis on providing practical information and tools that can be used immediately.
The meetings are generally held on the third Tuesday month, from noon to 1 pm. The meetings are generally held on the third Tuesday of every month, from noon to 1 pm in the MACC Fund building meeting room 3095. Several IRB staff members will be available on a walk-in basis to help you with the IRB review process. The first 20 minutes will be devoted to brief presentations on issues of general interest; the remaining 40 minutes is your time for questions and direct assistance.
This monthly program focuses on educating research faculty and staff on current research processes or new developments within MCW and Froedtert. The presentation is generally held on the last Tuesday of the month. Attendees are welcome to bring their lunch. A beverage and dessert are provided.
The Office of Research, Research Education, offers introductory training sessions on the eBridge System for new users who are conducting human subject research at MCW/Froedtert.
The two-hour session focuses on four areas:
Navigating within the eBridge System.
Creating a new study using the Study SmartForm.
Making required change requests in the eBridge System.
Creating Amendments, Continuing Progress Reports & Reportable Events
Please Note: The Online Basic Navigation is a prerequisite for the in-class session.