NIH GUIDE, Volume 25, Number 3, February 9, 1996


P.T. 42


  Human Subjects Policy 


National Institutes of Health

Food and Drug Administration


The National Institutes of Health (NIH) and the Food and Drug

Administration (FDA) are continuing to sponsor a series of workshops

on responsibilities of researchers, Institutional Review Boards

(IRBs), and institutional officials for the protection of human

subjects in research.  The workshops are open to everyone with an

interest in research involving human subjects.  The meetings should

be of special interest to those persons currently serving or about to

begin serving as a member of an IRB.  Issues discussed at these

workshops are relevant to all other Public Health Service agencies.

The current schedule includes the following:


DATES:  April 11-12, 1996


TITLE:  The Ends of the Spectrum:  From Children to Geriatrics


LOCATION:  Emory Conference Center Hotel, Emory University Campus,

Atlanta, GA


SPONSORS:  Emory University, Atlanta, GA; Clark Atlanta University,

Atlanta, GA; Centers for Disease Control, Atlanta, GA; Wesley Woods

Geriatric Center, Atlanta, GA; Department of Veterans Affairs,

Atlanta, GA



Continuing Medical Education

Emory University School of Medicine

1440 Clifton Road, N.E.  107 WHSCAB

Atlanta, GA  30322

Telephone:  (404) 727-5965

FAX:  (404) 727-5667




DESCRIPTION:  "The Ends of the Spectrum:  Child and Geriatric

Research" is a seminar designed for researchers, physicians,

Institutional Review Board members, psychologists, students, and

research administrators.  The program is open to anyone interested in

human subject research.  Acknowledged leaders in the field will

present lectures, and breakout sessions will be provided on both

days.  There will be ample time for discussion and exchange of ideas.

Learning objectives include: (a) To identify issues of concern

regarding the protection of human subjects in research of children

and geriatric subjects; (b) To explore a broad range of contemporary

scientific, ethical, regulatory and legal issues relating to

biomedical and behavioral research involving human subjects; (c) To

discuss and clarify regulations and institutional requirements

governing the conduct of research; and (d) To heighten the awareness

to specifics related to both ends of the spectrum.




For further information regarding these workshops or future NIH/FDA

National Human Subject Protections Workshops, contact:


Ms. Darlene Marie Ross

Office for Protection from Research Risks

National Institutes of Health

6100 Executive Boulevard, Suite 3B01

Rockville, MD  20892-7507

Telephone:  (301) 496-8101 x233

FAX:  (301) 402-0527




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