- WhenThursday, March 23, 08:00 AM
Cincinnati Children's Main Campus, Cincinnati, OH
Questions? Contact conference chair Richard Ittenbach, PhD.
Join us for the conference Ethics of Integrating Research and Clinical Care, March 23-24, 2017 at Cincinnati Children’s Sabin Education Center. Co-sponsors are the CCTST and Cincinnati Children's Ethics Center. Featured presentations will include:
- Are Randomized Clinical Trials Comparing Standard of Care Treatments Truly Minimal Risk? Scott Kim, MD, PhD, Department of Bioethics, National Institutes of Health
- First In Human Trials and Safety Assessment for Rare and Orphan Diseases Andrew Mulberg, MD, Amicus Therapeutics (former Deputy Director of FDA)
- Notification and Authorization of Alternative Approaches in Pragmatic Clinical Trials of Commonly Used Medical Practices Kevin Weinfurt, PhD, Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, Duke University School of Medicine
Podium and poster submissions will focus on all aspects of the intersection of research and clinical care, including emerging study methodologies; advances in technology; evaluating risk; and patients’ access, rights and expectations.
Interested in a vendor table? Contact Jim Flessa: James.Flessa@cchmc.org
Preliminary agenda (as of January 20)
Online Registration is now open!
Registration Fee: $100 ($125 after 3/8)
Residents & Fellows: $50
Students (Full Time): $25*
*For the first 30 students registered. Additional student rate will be $50.
Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education to provide continuing medical education for physicians.