Responsible Conduct of Research for K Awardees

This training program is designed to help meet the responsible conduct of research (RCR) training requirements for NIH K awardees. Through this multi-week course participants gain 8 hours of face to face faculty-led RCR training, practice recognizing and addressing RCR issues, gain expert consultation on ethics and integrity issues, and experience presenting to others how to address RCR issues. This course is designed to meet the requirements of the NIH K-23, or any Federal or non-Federal career development grant

Learning Objectives

1. Define ethics and integrity issues in clinical research

2. Recognize RCR issues

3. Develop strategies to address RCR issues

4. Develop process to teach others how to recognize and address RCR issues

Competencies
Ethical and participant safety considerations
Leadership and professionalism
MICHR
Organization
Level
Advanced
Time Required
8 hours
Fee
No
Delivery Method
In-person
This content was originally submitted to the Development, Implementation, and Assessment of Novel Training in Domain-based Competencies (DIAMOND) project. DIAMOND is a collaborative effort by the University of Michigan, University of Rochester, The Ohio State University, and Tufts University to provide a nationally crowd-sourced, federated, online catalog for practitioners to find and contribute training and assessment materials. If you have questions or have updated information regarding this content, please email education@clic-ctsa.org.

Submitted by CLIC Admin on Sun, 01/10/2021 - 23:12 . Last modified on 02/17/2021