University of Washington – Ethics Research Study
September 29, 2016
Posted by AAIP News on 09/29/2016
The ETHICS research study is actively recruiting American Indian and Alaska Native participants to test a culturally adapted Native research training in ethics and human subjects and are looking for more people from your area. Please consider participating in this important study. Alternatively, if you know of eligible American Indian and Alaska Natives in your region, please pass this information along.
ETHICS aims to culturally adapt a research ethics training to guide research happening with American Indian and Alaska Native communities. We are looking for participants nationally who:
1) Are American Indian and Alaska Native;
2) Are 18 years or older;
3) Have not taken the CITI human subjects training (or it was over 5 years ago);
4) Are interested in research or work with a research partner; and
5) Have their own email address, computer, and internet.
Anyone interested in participating can email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 877-880-6758. Participation includes a 10 minute phone interview and testing a 4 hour online training. Please contact the toll-free number if you have any questions!