TAG ARCHIVES FOR research ethics

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Apr2021

The new PRIM&R Knowledge Center houses a wide range of resources to keep you inspired and informed for your work in research ethics and oversight! As you familiarize yourself with the Knowledge Center, we want to direct you to some of our top resources. First up in this blog series, our Discussion Guides, which now available individually in the Knowledge Center to help you deepen your understanding of journal articles and other resources by providing a guide for individual review or fostering group discussion. Read more

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Apr2021

On February 25 of this year, we lost a giant in the research ethics field, a beloved member of the PRIM&R family, and a genuine force of nature, Robert J. Levine, MD. It’s hard to overstate Bob’s influence on research ethics; a blog post can hardly do justice to his many accomplishments and contributions, let alone his wonderful sense of humor, dedication to mentorship and teaching, love of life, and all-around humanity. Bob’s immense influence and impact on the field of research ethics will live on through his scholarship; his wisdom and deep commitment to ethics will live on through the many students, scholars, scientists, and colleagues he mentored over the years. And his warmth, generosity, and humility will live on in the hearts of all who had the great privilege to know him. Read more

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Feb2021

PRIM&R's Diversity Advisory Group (DAG) works to advance PRIM&R's goal of promoting a diverse and inclusive environment. It advises PRIM&R staff on strategies for fostering a membership community where differences can flourish and works to raise the profile of diversity as an issue that matters to the broader research oversight field. One way that PRIM&R is committed to acting against racism is by sharing information, and the DAG encourages members of the PRIM&R community to support the expansion of resources by contributing suggestions. Read more