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Hot Topics in Research

Hot Topics in Research is an educational lunch-and-learn series designed to inform the UTHSC community of opportunities and resources available to them. Attendees will learn about a variety of topics, from institutional support and tools to new policies, regulations and trending topics in the areas of health science education and research. 

 

"Promoting a Culture of Research Safety" presented by Tim Barton, MS, CIH, Director, Office of Research Safety Affairs

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When: January 31, 2019

Where: General Education Building, Room 104 (8 S. Dunlap Street)

Lunch will be provided for the first 50 attendees!

The reframing of Research Safety Affairs as a department that provides critical support to researchers has been a focus area of upper research administration. Changes made over the last two years in regards to research infrastructure have aimed at making research safer while reducing the administrative burden of compliance. This has included the creation of new procedures, safety training resources, an online system health and safety documentation, and other efforts intended to promote continuous improvement.

During this presentation, the recent research safety changes in procedure will be discussed. Mr. Barton will also be introducing to the campus the mock lab training facility that has been assembled to better prepare our diverse research population for a safe and productive work experience at UTHSC.  

Please register for the session and for HR128 credit through the UTHSC training calendar.

To see an archive of past presentations, please see the Recorded Presentations webpage.

Last Published: Jan 11, 2019