Integrity Week at OHSU, May 6-10

Most of you probably know about the Integrity Office. We are the ones you have to go through if you are doing any human subjects or animal research; genetic research; or when you need to fill out a conflict of interest form. Did you know that the Integrity Office encompasses much more than that? You have probably interacted with our office and didn’t even know it.

  • Find something poorly labeled and smelly in your lab? Your call comes to us.
  • Lost your flash drive with all your study data on it? It’s our job to deal with it.
  • Wondering how you are going to track research visits vs. general visits for a research subject? We can help!

Each spring, we celebrate Integrity Week, May 6-10.  We highlight topics that are sure to impact your work by hosting a town hall. This year’s town hall event is:

Breaches Happen: Protecting Your Patients, Your Research and You
Tuesday, May 7, 2013 from 9 to 10:30 a.m.
UHS 8B60

Kathryn Schuff, IRB Chair, and John Rasmussen, Chief Information Integrity Officer, will be speaking about the privacy and security of information at OHSU. You can find details about this presentation and more about the tables (with goodies!) we host all around campus on our website.

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