Join the Human Research Protections (HRP) Clubhouse on Halloween as they explore the profound effects of gendered language on LGBTQIA+ inclusion in research. This informative discussion will uncover the prevalence of gendered language within regulatory guidelines, particularly in Subpart B, and its common occurrence in participant-facing documents like consent forms. This session will demonstrate how this language introduces ambiguity in the application of regulations and, more importantly, how it adversely affects the experiences of LGBTQIA+ research participants. The discussion will focus on:
- The necessity of inclusive language in regulations and participant-facing materials.
- The tangible impact of gendered language on the day-to-day lives of LGBTQIA+ research participants.
Visit the official event page to register for free and for additional information on future meetings and membership to the HRP Clubhouse.
Please note that an external entity hosts this event.