RCR Workshops Fall Session dates
Registration for Advanced Responsible Conduct of Research (RCR) Workshops
Doctoral degree candidates and Post-doctoral researchers
October/November 2018 (Fall Session)
ADVANCED RCR TRAINING: Doctoral candidates and post-doctoral researchers who have an RCR compliance requirement due to funding by an NIH training grant or an NSF research grant must complete the online Introductory (Step 1) & Intermediate (Step 2) RCR training modules before participating in the four Advanced RCR live workshops. Grant funded individuals, meanwhile, are required to complete Steps 1 and 2 within 30 days of the start of funding and to complete all four live, advanced RCR workshops within two years.
All other doctoral and post-doctoral researchers who will be taking advanced RCR training, including those who are meeting a departmental mandate, must also complete Steps 1 and 2 before registering for the four workshops. Doctoral students should complete all four workshops by the end of their fourth year. Postdoctoral researchers are recommended to complete Steps 1 and 2 as early as possible and commence the four RCR workshops in the semester in which online preparation is completed. We recommend completion of the four workshops at the rate of at least one per semester.
COMPLETING ONLINE STEPS 1 and 2:
Step 1: Introductory RCR Principles
- Log in to your Blackboard Learn homepage
- Click on the second tab: All Blackboard Learn Courses
- On the left hand side of the All Blackboard Learn Courses Page search for “RCR”
- Select Introductory Responsibile Conduct of Research (RCR) (Ongoing) from the list and follow directions
Step 2: Intermediate RCR Principles
- Sign up for a CITI Account
- Affiliate with Boston University (please note that if you affiliate with Boston University Medical Campus through CITI, you will not be able to access the RCR course).
- Click “Add a Course or Update Learner Groups”
- Select “Responsible Conduct of Research (RCR Courses)”
- Select “BU RCR Program for Doctoral candidates and Post-Docs: All Audiences”
Register for Fall 2018 workshops here, and check which workshops you’ve already completed here.
YOUR FOUR WORKSHOPS MAY BE TAKEN IN ANY SEQUENCE AND ON EITHER CAMPUS
Charles River Campus: Metcalf Trustee Ballrom (MTB), 1 Silber Way 9th Floor, Photonics Colloqium Room (PHO), 8 St. Mary’s St. 9th Floor, or GSU Terrace Lounge (GSU), 2nd Floor, 775 Commonwealth Ave.
- Workshop 1: Data Integrity – Tues Oct. 16, 1-3PM (MTB)
- Workshop 2: Collaborative Research – Wed Oct. 17, 1-3PM (MTB)
- Workshop 3: Scientific Publication – Tues Oct 23, 1-3PM (PHO)
- Workshop 4: Objectivity in Science – Wed Oct 24, 10-12PM (GSU)
- Workshop 2: Collaborative Research – Tues Oct 30, 1-3PM (MTB)
Medical Campus: Hiebert Lounge, School of Medicine 14th Floor
- Workshop 1: Data Integrity – Thurs Oct 25, 10-12PM
- Workshop 3: Scientific Publication – Wed Oct 31, 1-3PM
- Workshop 4: Objectivity in Science – Wed Nov 7, 1-3PM
Find more information on the RCR Program here.
For assistance or questions: firstname.lastname@example.org
Alan Fine, MD
Professor of Medicine
Director RCR Program
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