2013 Achieving Excellence in Clinical Research Conference
Scientific, Ethical and Operational Considerations
2013 marked the 10th anniversary of our annual Achieving Excellence in Clinical Research conference! This year’s conference featured national and regional experts in important areas related to “excellence” in clinical research. Topics included:
- The Research–Treatment Distinction: A Problematic Approach for Today’s Learning Health Care Systems
- Is Equipoise Necessary for Ethical Clinical Trials?
- From Lost in Translation to Implementation in Practice…Making Research Visible
- In the Shadow of the Nuremberg Trials: Why Lessons Learned Continue to Matter Today
- Developing a Research Trajectory: Building on Big Ideas and Small Projects
- Habits of Highly Effective Investigators and Teams
- Involving Children in Decisions About Research
- Limiting Risk in Research with Vulnerable Populations
- Research in the Face of Disaster: A Personal Journey
- VOICE (Valid Optimizing Informed Consent Education): Using the Teach Back Method in the Research Setting View the full conference brochure for more details Nancy Fugate Woods, PhD, RN, FAAN slides from plenary and afternoon sessions Stay tuned for the 2014 conference date!
View the full conference brochure.
Resources from 2013 Conference
- Nancy Fugate Woods, PhD, RN, FAAN slides from plenary and afternoon sessions.
- Links to articles that were talked about during the conference
- SUPPORT Trial
- Articles coauthored by Dr. Beauchamp on research-treatment distinction and learning health care systems
Save the date for the 2014 Achieving Excellence in Clinical Research conference to be held September 19, 2014. We hope to see you there!