The Trent Center for Bioethcs, Humanities and History of Medicine provides an annual five-session course in the Responsible Conduct of Research (RCR). This course is open to recipients of NIH training grants and fulfills the requirement for RCR education. Each hour and three-quarter session includes a 45-minute lecture followed by an hour of faculty-facilitated, small-group case discussions. Session topics include: Introduction to the Responsible Conduct of Research; Mentoring; Research Misconduct; Human Subjects in Research; Publication and Authorship; Intellectual Property and Conflict of Interest. This course is also open to postdoctoral researchers.
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- Responsible conduct of research