The most recent issue of the PRIM&R Newsletter (members only) was distributed today, Friday, July 31.

In addition to our regular features, such as Recent Headlines, Government and Legal News, and Public Policy, this issue included…
  • A link to our annual membership survey, so you can tell us how we can better help our vibrant membership community to connect, learn, and advance ethical research;
  • This month’s website feature of the month – PRIM&R is on Twitter!;
  • A reminder that September 1 is the deadline to register for the fall 2009 CPIA exam period;
  • An interview with our volunteer of the month, Michelle Miller;
  • Registration information for PRIM&R’s September Regional Programs and the 2009 Advancing Ethical Research Conference;
  • A featured talk from PRIM&R Through the Years. This month’s feature is a session from the 1991 The Evolution of Protecting Human Subjects from Nuremberg to the Nineties conference, titled “Writing Miss Evers' Boys” presented by David Feldshuh; and
  • A welcome to PRIM&R’s new project manager, Lisa Seidman!
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  1. Jinnayah

    The Feldshuh presentation is fascinating. I have heard of the play in passing before, but was not aware it was written by a doctor, nor that it attempts to cover the decision-making and results thereof throughout the duration of the study. I'm definitely thinking about ordering PRIM&R Through the Years if that's the sort of stuff it includes!