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The Community Engaged Research (CEnR) Human Subjects Training assists with the required training of community partners and/or lay individuals engaged in the conduct of research. In addition to focusing on ethical conduct related to working with research participants, this training helps educate community partners on their roles and ethical responsibilities during the research project.
Please complete the form below to request a copy of the training tool and guide.
If you have any questions about the CEnR Human Subjects Training, please contact
Name & Contact Information
Faculty Rank/Position (check all that apply)
Director/Administrator of a Community Organization
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Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center
Harvard School of Engineering and Applied Sciences
Boston Children's Hospital
Harvard School of Public Health
Brigham and Women's Hospital
Harvard University Faculty of Arts and Sciences
Cambridge Health Alliance
Joslin Diabetes Center
Dana-Farber Cancer Institute
Judge Baker Children's Center
Massachusetts Eye and Ear
Harvard Business Schol
Massachusetts General Hospital
Harvard Divinity School
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Harvard Graduate School of Design
Harvard Graduate School of Education
Mount Auburn Hospital
Harvard Kennedy School
Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study
Harvard Law School
Schepens Eye Research Institute
Harvard Medical School
Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital
Harvard Pilgrim Health Care
Veterans Affairs Boston Healthcare System
Harvard School of Dental Medicine
Which services or resources are you requesting?
A copy of the Human Subjects Training and Guide
An in-person session of the Human Subjects Training for my research project
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