ORI September Newsletter Available for Download
September 2017, Volume 24, No. 2
The September issue includes:
- Survey results on RIOs and RCR Coordinators
- An interview with a founder for the Association of Research Integrity Officers
- Details about a new checklist to review research misconduct policies and procedures
- Case summaries of research misconduct findings
- Four conferences funded through ORI's grants program
ORI Training for RCR Instruction
ORI currently is planning a Responsible Conduct of Research (RCR) Instruction Workshop ...continue reading "ORI September Newsletter"
RCR Instructional Workshop
Do you teach the responsible conduct of research?
If the answer is "Yes," there's a special workshop designed especially for you. ...continue reading "Workshop for RCR Instructors: Register Now"
A Letter of Interest from the HHS Office of Research Integrity.
I am pleased to share this information, which I received it on July 7, 2017, via email. The text below is quoted verbatim. - KDP
The U.S. Office of Research Integrity awarded a grant to the P.I. Program to expand its recruitment and assessment efforts. New program assessment efforts will have a formative aim (providing participants with important feedback) and a research aim (understanding factors that contribute to professional lapses). ...continue reading "P.I. Program-ORI grant and next workshop"
Quest for Research Excellence 2017
Location: The George Washington University, Washington, DC
Date: August 7-9, 2017
The Office of Research Integrity, The George Washington University (GWU), and Public Responsibility in Medicine and Research are pleased to co-sponsor the 2017 Quest for Research Excellence Conference. The event will be hosted by GWU. ...continue reading "Registration is open for Q4RE 2017"
In the December 2016 newsletter of the Office of Research Integrity (ORI), the article on page 5 begins as follows.
The purpose of the Short Course on RCR Instruction (SCoRCRI, pronounced “sorcery”) project is to help new or inexperienced responsible conduct of research (RCR) instructors to develop and implement “best practices” in RCR instruction. The course presenters, comprised of experienced RCR instructors and researchers, will define distinct topics, lead active discussions and exercises, and identify useful resources (case studies, short writing assignments, etc.) that will provide a foundational understanding of RCR and the tools needed for successful RCR instruction. The active learning approaches most effective for adult learners will be prominent. ...continue reading "Introducing the Short Course on RCR Instruction (SCoRCRI)"