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RCR Education Resource
Complied by Nick Steneck
Offered through the
Office of Research Integrity
Department of Health and Human Services
For additional copies go to: http://ori.dhhs.gov/
For more information and or suggestions contact:
Nicholas H. Steneck, Ph.D.
Office of Research Integrity
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Resources on the Responsible Conduct of Research
1. Training & Education 3
A. Comprehensive on-line programs & courses 3
B. Focused on-line programs & courses 6
C. In-person training & education 8
D. Train-the trainer programs 8
2. Resources 9
A. Textbooks 9
B. Additional Reading 10
1. Responsible Conduct and RCR Education 10
2. Research Misconduct 11
3. The Protection of Human Subjects 12
4. The Welfare of Laboratory Animals 13
5. Conflicts of Interest 13
6. Data Management Practices 14
7. Mentor and Trainee Responsibilities 14
8. Collaborative Research 14
9. Authorship and Publication 15
10. Peer Review 16
C. Policies Codes & Guidelines 17
1. General policies codes & guidelines 17
2. Research Misconduct Policies 17
3. The Protection of Human Subjects 18
4. The Welfare of Laboratory Animals 18
5. Conflicts of Interest 19
6. Data Management Practices 19
7. Mentor and Trainee Responsibilities 20
8. Collaborative Research 20
9. Authorship and Publication 20
10. Peer Review 20
1. Organizations 21
A. Government 21
B. Academic and Non-profit 22
C. Professional Organizations and Journals 23
D. For-profit 24
For further information or to suggest resources to add, contact,
Nicholas H. Steneck, Ph.D.
Office of Research Integrity
American Association for the Advancement of Science. Integrity in Scientific Research. http://www.aaas.org/spp/video/. Valid link, February, 2004; last updated: n.d.
[V]ideos and [a] Discussion and Resource Guide [that] are designed to help improve the ability of scientists, post-doctoral fellows, undergraduate and graduate students, administrators, and technicians to develop informed and well-reasoned responses to ethical issues that arise in scientific research. These materials include five "trigger" videos, short dramatizations aimed at provoking discussion on a series of ethical issues confronting various participants in the research process, and this Discussion and Resource Guide. [site]
California State University. Long Beach. Responsible Conduct of Research Orientation Program. http://www.csulb.edu/~research/rcr.htm. Valid link, February, 2004; last updated: 2002.
On-line RCR training program that covers: human subjects; animal care and use, research misconduct, and conflict of interest. [ed]
Medical College of Ohio. Training. http://www.mco.edu/research/training.html. Valid link, February, 2004; last updated: January 5, 2002.
Comprehensive site with extensive information and links to other sites. Offers three basic modules for MCO staff only: Animal Research, Protection of Human Research Subjects, and Responsible Conduct of Research. [ed]
North Carolina State University. Instructional Modules in Research Ethics. http://www.fis.ncsu.edu/Grad/ethics/. Valid link, February, 2004; last updated: n.d.
Includes modules on: introduction to the modules, research ethics: an introduction, responsible authorship and peer review, the mentoring of graduate students, animal subjects in research, professional responsibility and codes of conduct, human participants in research, rightdoing and misconduct in research, intellectual property - copyright, ethical issues in the use of statistics, science and the media: ethical issues. [ed]
Oklahoma State University. Training Opportunities. Valid link, February, 2004; last updated: n.d.
Includes modules on: institutional review board, institutional animal care and use, radiological safety training, biosafety, and laser safety. [ed]
Oregon Health & Science University. Research Development & Administration. Responsible Conduct of Research Education. http://www.ohsu.edu/research/rda/rcr.shtml. Valid link, February, 2004; last updated: October 29, 2003.
Includes modules on: contracts, conflict of interest, and conflict of commitment; sponsored projects; scientific integrity; intellectual property; research with RDNA and/or viral vectors; animal research; human subjects research; infectious material shipping; and completion of the training. [ed]
Stanford University. Principal Investigator Responsibilities at Stanford University. http://www.stanford.edu/dept/DoR/PIship/. Valid link, February, 2004; last updated n.d.
Designed primarily for new researchers, contains pages/modules and tests that cover: Responsible conduct of research; Environmental Health & Safety; Protection of Research Subjects [human and animal]; Conflicts of Interest; Publication, Data and Intellectual Property; Scientific Integrity; Financial Management; The Cost Principles: OMB Circular A-21; Award Terms and Conditions; Administrative Salaries and Other Clerical Expenses; Effort and Salaries; Documenting Allocability; Monitoring Project Spending; Equipment; Project Closeout; and Resources: Who to call, where to look. [ed]
University of Alaska Fairbanks. Scientific Integrity: A Program in the Responsible Conduct of Research. http://www.uaf.edu/ori/rcr/index.htm. Valid link, February, 2004; last updated: November 6, 2002.
This auto-tutorial educational program, Scientific Integrity, provides a broad overview of the core areas considered important for the Responsible Conduct of Research. [site]
Program contains modules on: data acquisition, management, sharing and ownership; mentor/trainee relationships; publication practices and responsible authorship; peer review; collaborative science; human subjects; research involving live vertebrates; research misconduct; conflict of interest and commitment. [ed]
University of California. San Diego. Scientific Integrity: An On-line Course in Responsible Conduct of Research. http://ethics.ucsd.edu/courses/integrity/resources.html. Valid link, February, 2004; last updated n.d.
This course is designed to cover a range of topics typically included in instruction about responsible conduct of research. Although it is intended to be appropriate to meet NIH training grant requirements for such instruction, it is up to the individual Program Director and his/her funding institute to determine whether this form of instruction will meet those requirements. [site]
Topics covered include: UCSD Research Ethics Program, UCSD Human Research Protections Program, UCSD Animal Subjects Program, and UCSD Conflicts of Interest Office. [ed]
University of Michigan. Office of the Vice President for Research. Program for Education and Evaluation in Responsible Research and Scholarship ( PEERRS ). http://www.research.umich.edu/training/peerrs.html. Valid link, February, 2004; last updated: n.d.
PEERRS is a web-based foundational instruction and certification program for members of the University community engaged in or associated with research. All UM faculty, staff and students are invited to use the modules and certification tests to improve their knowledge and awareness of responsible research practices. [site]
Modules include: foundations of responsible research conduct, research administration, conflict of interest, human research, and animal research. [ed]
University of Minnesota. Office of the Vice President for Research and Dean of the Graduate School. Teaching Ethics for Research, Scholarship, & Practice. http://www.research.umn.edu/ethics/curriculum.html. Valid link, February, 2004; last updated: January 14, 1999.
This site is a compendium of resources pertinent to the teaching of ethical conduct in research and scholarship. At its core is a database that provides quick access to instructional materials designed for use in the classroom. The materials are categorized by ethical issue, discipline, and format. [site]
As for February 2002, site worked best with older browsers. It is currently being updated. Active training modules include: history and values relating to research and scholarship; social responsibility--scientific fraud [&]reporting misconduct; authorship; plagiarism; peer review; research data management; intellectual property; conflict of interest; environmental health and safety; animal subjects; human subjects. [ed]
University of Nebraska Medical Center. Research Ethics. Valid link, February, 2004; last updated: January 19, 2000.
This course has adopted the problem-based approach to ethics instruction because discussion of cases permits discussants to explore their own personal value systems, frame particular problems within those systems, and compare their responses with those of others. To complete course, the students go through and respond to each of the problems in each area. There are 50 problems across the 10 topic areas. [site]
Topics covered include: experimental design and data collection, processing and publication, conflict-of-interest, use of human subjects in research, use of animals in research, copyrights, licenses and patents, use of funds and property, teacher-student interactions, harassment, university-industry relationships, appropriate responses to perceived misconduct. [ed]
University of New Hampshire. Responsible Conduct of Research. http://www.unh.edu/rcr/. Valid link, March, 2004; last updated: n.d.
Contains modules on: introduction [to RCR], human subjects, animal subjects, authorship, misconduct, data management, conflict of interest, hazardous materials, mentoring, peer review, and collaborative research. [ed.]
University of Pennsylvania. Office of the Vice-Provost for Research. Services for researchers: Responsible Conduct of Research. http://www.upenn.edu/research/rcr/. Valid link, last updated n.d.
For convenience, we have divided RCR into thirteen areas for education, training, certification, and compliance. [site]
Modules include: introduction; data acquisition, management, sharing, and ownership; materials, their ownership, and material transfer agreements; intellectual property, copyrights, patents, licenses, and technology transfer; authorship and publication practices; peer review; mentor/trainee responsibilities, and collaborative science; human subjects; research involving animals; environmental safety: radiation, chemicals, and microbial agents; research misconduct; conflict of interest; preparing grant proposals; research administration: financial and personnel management. [ed]
University of Pittsburgh. Education & Certification Program in Research & Practice Fundamentals (RPF). http://rpf.health.pitt.edu. Valid link, February, 2004; last updated: n.d.
The Education and Certification Program in Research & Practice Fundamentals (RPF) is the result of an observed need for the University of Pittsburgh to develop an on-line education and certification program in the fundamentals of research. The RPF program has been designed to provide training to individuals at the University of Pittsburgh, and its affiliated institutions, who wish to participate in research activities. [site]
Modules include: research integrity; human subjects research; use of laboratory animals in research & education; conflict of interest; human embryonic & fetal stem cell research; HIPPA researchers privacy requirements; HIPPA staff privacy awareness training. [ed]
University of Texas at Arlington. Office of Research. Compliance Training Modules Available Online. http://compliance.uta.edu/training/practice_presentation.php. Valid link, February, 2004; last updated: 2004.
Contains modules on: confidential information, accuracy of records, and retention and disposal of records; contacts with the media, government and outside investigators; contracts, agreements & purchasing; copyright and intellectual property; effectively controlling risks; fair labor standards act & family medical leave act; fraud, errors and omissions; outside employment and financial interests; human subjects involved in research: tier I; introduction to the UTA institutional compliance program; political activities & contributions; gifts & gratuities; responsibility, safeguarding, & disposing of university property; sexual harassment, sexual misconduct, & equal employment opportunities; use of state property; computers: security and use; internet policy; workplace health and safety and drug free workplace; endowments; health insurance portability and accountability act (HIPAA); human subjects involved in research: tier II. [ed]
Wayne State University. Responsible Conduct in Research On-Line Training Program. http://www.hic.wayne.edu/. Valid link, February, 2004; last updated: n.d.
Contains modules on: vertebrate animals, human participants, and research misconduct. Some features are available only to Wayne State staff, but anyone with an email address can access the main training material. [ed]
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