I have been notified that the webinar is now closed to new registrants (it’s full). My own registration was moved to a wait list.
NIH has indicated that this webinar will be recorded and will be available on its NIH YouTube page for viewing about a week after the live event. I will send out a link once it is available so that you can view it at your convenience.
Apologies for the trouble!
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Sent: August 23, 2017 10:13 AM
Subject: NIH RPPR Webinar – August 30th 11am-12:30pm
NIH will be hosting an informative webinar on Wednesday, August 30th from 11am-12:30pm regarding the Research Performance Progress Reports (RPPRs).
For those of you that assist your PIs with their progress reports, this is a great opportunity to learn more about what goes into them, how they’re processed & submitted, and to get an update on changes.
Please see the information below, along with the link to register for free.
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August 30: NIH Webinar on Research Performance Progress Reports (RPPRs)…Test your Knowledge!
Did you know there are three types of Research Performance Progress Reports (RPPRs) that are associated with an NIH grant award? Can you name them? If you said “Annual, Interim, & Final RPPRs”…way to go! What does each one include? How and when do you submit each? What changes have been made in 2017 and what are still to come?
On Wednesday, August 30, from 2:00-3:30 p.m. ET, NIH experts are planning to answer these questions, along with sharing the latest updates on RPPR policies and process updates. This webinar is designed for principal investigators, signing officials, and delegated officials responsible for the development and submission of progress reports to the NIH.
Registration is now open at attendee.gotowebinar.com/regi