Responsible Conduct of Research (RCR) can be described as good citizenship in research conduct. Faculty and staff must show integrity by reporting their work honestly and accurately. Understanding the concept of RCR is a necessity to being a successful part of research at UNC
TraCS is sponsoring a 3-day course in RCR July 13-15, 2020. The course covers all the NIH-required topics for the first phase of responsible conduct of research training. Individuals who have had prior RCR training may volunteer to serve as discussion leaders for the course to document ongoing RCR exposure if needed for training grants.
In order to receive credit for course completion participants must attend all three sessions. There is no charge for the course.
Presenter: Susan Pusek, DrSc
Director of Education Programs
As organizations have adjusted to working remotely, it has accelerated the adoption of software platforms that provide both synchronous and asynchronous collaboration capabilities for distributed teams. At the Duke Human Vaccine Institute (DHVI), the organization has increased usage of Microsoft Teams to maintain momentum on existing research programs and pivot to focus COVID-19 research as well.
Microsoft Teams has many features that project teams can utilize to plan, execute, monitor and control their projects. Examples of these features will be demonstrated such that attendees can consider which ones could provide benefits to their project teams and allow them to tailor the platform to meet the unique needs of their organization.
Hilary Bouton-Verville, PSM, RLATG
Gary Hoke, MBA, PMP, CSM, CSPB
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