Human Research Protection Program







A sound understanding and working knowledge of the relevant ethical principles, legal and regulatory requirements, professional standards, and University policies, procedures and guidance, is needed by persons involved in the design, conduct, review and/or oversight of human research conducted or supported by Yale University. Such individuals also are obligated to stay current with evolving issues related to the conduct of human research and the protection individuals who choose to participate in such research.

One of the primary responsibilities of the HRPP is to ensure that research personnel, IRB members and staff and other persons charged with the protection of research participants receive and maintain the training and education necessary to fulfill their obligations in the research enterprise.

Accordingly, this section incorporates the various educational endeavors associated with the HRPP and its respective communities.




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