Responsible Conduct of Research Training
The Office of the Vice Provost for Research (OVPR) is proud to be offering a new series of workshops covering the Responsible Conduct of Research. The topics are based on regulatory requirements and will include the following:
- Conflict of Interest/Conflict of Commitment
- Human Subjects Research
- Animal Research
- Safe laboratory practices
- Mentor/Mentee responsibilities and relationships
- Safe Research Environments
- Collaborative Research
- Peer Review
- Data acquisition and analysis, laboratory tools, and record-keeping
- Secure and ethical data use, data confidentiality, management, sharing and ownership
- Research Misconduct
- Responsible authorship and publication
- The scientist as a responsible member of society, contemporary ethical issues in biomedical research, and the environmental and societal impacts of scientific research
- Research Security
OVPR has developed this comprehensive plan of workshop offerings to assist researchers in satisfying federal grant requirements as well as providing RCR education more broadly to our research community. The complete workshop schedule will be offered over two academic years. All workshops will be offered in-person/over Zoom as well as asynchronously.
A certificate will be provided upon completion of twelve workshops with a minimum of eight in-person/Zoom and no more than four asynchronously.
Workshops will begin in September 2023 and will be offered twice monthly. If you have any questions, please feel free to reach out to Kevin Collins, email@example.com.
|Ethical Mentoring Relationships, Option One - RSVP||Tuesday, Nov. 14
|Ethical Mentoring Relationships, Option Two - RSVP||Friday, Dec. 1
Note that the two sessions are identical and it is only necessary to attend one.