Training Program Title

Responsible Conduct of Research for K Awardees

CTSA Hub Administered

yes

Training Program Description

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

Competency Keywords

Responsible conduct of research, K award

Digital Commons Disciplines

Medical Education | Medicine and Health Sciences

Public

yes

Cost to Access

no

Competency Domains

Ethical and Participant Safety Considerations; Leadership and Professionalism

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

Delivery Method

In-person

Target Learners

Post-doctoral scholars

Learning Level

Advanced

Onboarding

no

Frequency

Annually

Time Needed

8 hours

Associated Assessment

yes

Assessment Methods

Overall satisfaction, Learning outcomes

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