Research Institute Staff Present at AAHRPP

April 17, 2018

Figure at left: Stakeholder interviews: Each group provided feedback and perspectives related to their role in the consent process. (from: Engaging Key Stakeholders to Promote Health Literacy and Enhance Informed Consent)

Stanley Manne Children's Research Institute staff from the Office of Research Integrity and Compliance will present posters at the 2018 AAHRPP Annual Conference. AAHRPP, the Association for the Accreditation of Human Research Protection Programs, Inc., is the organization that accredits high-quality human research protection programs in order to promote excellent, ethically sound research.

Two Manne Research Institute posters will be presented:

Development of a Clinical Research Professional Orientation Program at a Pediatric Academic Medical Center; Authors: Katie Amsden, MPH, CCRP, CHES; Tricia Eifler, MBA, CIP; Jessica Macha, CIP; Erin Lynch; Eriika Etshokin, MA; Jacqueline Hoyt, MSHS, CCRP; and Catherine Powers, MBA, CCRC, CIP

Engaging Key Stakeholders to Promote Health Literacy and Enhance Informed Consent; Authors: Jessica Macha, CIP; Katie Amsden, MPH, CCRP, CHES; Tricia Eifler, MBA, CIP; Eriika Etshokin, MA; Jacqueline Hoyt, MSHS, CCRP; Erin Lynch; Kyle Potter; Catherine Powers, MBA, CCRC, CIP; Denise Rizzo, PharmD; and Kimberly Rowan