Have you encountered warnings or errors when working in the Human Subjects System (HSS)? Not to worry, a guide is now available to help Principal Investigators and Signing Officials who enter data into HSS resolve common warnings and errors
If you conduct human subjects research and completed an RPPR recently, you may have noticed something new in your inclusion enrollment report. If you haven’t had a chance to see it yet, we’ve got great news: Inclusion Enrollment Reports now include a table summarizing the age data that you submit as part of the participant-level data.
Making a Difference in Human Subjects Research: Empowering Participants, Engaging Communities, and Protecting Data
Interested in spending two informative days with the HHS Office for Human Research Protections (OHRP) and your fellow colleagues in the human research protection world? If so, make plans to attend this in-person event, highlighting the ethical challenges and opportunities presented by AI technologies and innovations in academic-community partnership
Do you work with human subjects in your research? Our Division of Human Subjects Research team put together a handy one-page resource to help you find the information you need as you develop your grant application and beyond.
In June 2023, we will reach an important milestone: replacing the current website with the modernized ClinicalTrials.gov website. This modernized site will implement the innovations we have designed based on user feedback, including an updated look and feel and improved functionality for searching, viewing, and downloading information about clinical trials.
To assess our progress with results information submission to ClinicalTrials.gov beyond 2020, we conducted analyses of NIH-grant-funded clinical trials for which main results were due in fiscal year (FY) 2020, FY 2021 or FY 2022.
NIH’s scientific data sharing site now offers information and resources on protecting participant privacy.
If you’re conducting research with human subjects, you might have questions about HHS regulations and NIH policies and how you can prepare proposals and inclusion plans. HHS and NIH experts address many of these questions, along with resources, guidance, and case studies in a 2-part webinar series focused on Human Subjects Research Policies, Clinical Trials, and Inclusion.
Are you working with human subjects in your research and wondering about how HHS regulations and NIH policies apply, how to prepare a research proposal, or how to develop inclusion plans? Join experts from the NIH Division of Human Subjects Research and HHS Office of Human Research Protections (OHRP) for answers to these questions and more at the Human Subjects Research: Policies, Clinical Trials, & Inclusion event on December 6 and 7, 2022.
The Project Outcomes section of the Research Performance Progress Report (RPPR) provides information about the cumulative outcomes or findings of the project. This information is made available to the public through NIH RePORTER, so take that into account when completing this section!