How do you develop and implement a research protocol while maintaining the safety and confidentiality of your subjects?
Tammy Scott, PhD, Scientist, USDA Jean Mayer Human Nutrition Research Center on Aging; Assistant Professor, Friedman School of Nutrition Science and Policy; and Assistant Professor, Psychiatry, Tufts University School of Medicine will outline the steps for formulating a study question and designing an ethical study.
- Define a research protocol
- Explain the difference between a protocol and a proposal
- List the steps in planning a study
- Identify potential issues in implementing a protocol
- Describe the aspects of subject safety in a study
- Explain the importance of subject confidentiality.
- What is a Research Protocol
- Aim, Hypothesis, and Background
- Different Types of Study Design Observational
- Study Design RCT & Interventional
- Study Population Choice and Sample Size
- Measurements Exposure and Outcome
- Human Subject Protection
- Vulnerable Populations
- Summary Study Design and Implementation
- Post-Course Evaluation
- Course Completion Verification