Informed Consent in Human Research workshop

Health professional talking to a patientLearn how to obtain valid informed consent from research participants for your study through this two-part workshop for University of Minnesota research professionals.

Session 1: Recruitment through documentation

  • Get an overview of the foundations of the informed consent process in human research. 

  • Apply conceptual knowledge by addressing informed consent planning, recruitment, the informed consent form, the process, and documentation.

Format

Format

Consists of the following:

  • Online module (pre-work)

  • Three-hour in-person workshop

How to access

How to access

Training is offered in two ways:

Session 2: Informed consent with vulnerable populations

  • Practice applying regulations, policies, and informed consent process skills applicable to your research with vulnerable populations (e.g., children or adults with absent, diminished, or fluctuating capacity to consent).

  • Immerse yourselves in the challenges and collaborative problem-solving that reflect the reality of research with vulnerable populations. 

Format

Format

Consists of the following:

  • Online module (pre-work)

  • Two hour in-person workshop.

How to access

How to access

Training is offered by request from CTSI in partnership with University of Minnesota departments. Training can be tailored to address the specific vulnerable populations commonly encountered by your department when conducting human research. To schedule a session, contact us at crctrain@umn.edu.