Training Resources - NIH Clinical Trial Policies

Learn about training opportunities and use the resources below to help spread the word about NIH's clinical trial policies. We will be posting a number of additional resources soon, so check back frequently!


Upcoming Training

Wednesday Oct 18 - Single IRB and Exception Process Webinar


Slide Decks

Feel free to use these slides for your own outreach. Use just a slide or two or the whole deck.

Presentation on rationale: NIH Clinical Trials and Transparency Reforms. Why the Changes?
 

16 slides

PowerPoint (6MB)

Posted
9/7/2017
 
Brief overview presentation Doing Human Subject Research? Changing NIH Policies May Impact You. 
 
13 slides
 
PowerPoint (1.7 MB)
 
Updated
9/25/2017
 
Full length presentation: Doing Human Subject Research? Changing NIH Policies May Impact You.
31 slides PowerPoint (1.3 MB)
Updated  
9/25/2017


Flyer
 


2 Sided Flyer
 
This flyer highlights the definition of a clinical trial and provides a brief summary of clinical trial policy changes.
 
PDF
 
Updated
9/8/2017


Human Subjects/Clinical Trial Questionnaire 

Use this questionnaire to help your team answer the question, "Does your human subjects research study meet the NIH definition of a clinical trial?"
                              Your human subjects study may meet the NIH definition of a clinical trial.
 

                                                                                    


Videos

Sometimes a simple explanation with a video is all you need. We are planning a series of videos. This page will be updated with our plans very soon.

   
Overview of New NIH Policies on Human Subjects Research






https://grants.nih.gov/policy/clinical-trials/tutorial/story.html



 



Duration:
15 minutes

A Walk Through the PHS Human Subject and Clinical Trial Information Form 
https://grants.nih.gov/policy/clinical-trials/new-form/video      Duration
 9 min 


Email from Dr. Mike Lauer, NIH Deputy Director for Extramural Research, to Grantee Community

Direct email to NIH PIs, recent applicants, and research administrators August 11, 2017