Nih ethics certificate
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Closing remarksanna maria siega-riz, university of
The NIH ethics certificate is no longer available online, as you may know. We’re working on a long-term solution, ideally one that is and will continue to be free for all researchers. While we work on a solution, researchers who need an ethics certificate (which is required to conduct research at COBE Lab) will have to buy one for themselves online. For the time being, we recommend the Social-Behavioral-Educational Basic Course (found here) from the CITI Program, which costs $129 per person.
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The Hendrix College HSRB requires that any student submitting a HSRB has completed online research ethics training based on the Protecting Human Research Participants course previously offered by the National Institutes of Health (NIH).
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The following pages will test your knowledge of the material covered in the NIH Ethics Training module PDF (available at ww.hendrix.edu/hsrb). Please start this quiz only after you’ve finished reading the module PDF in its entirety; however, you may take it as many times as you need to get a perfect score. Please send an email to [email protected] to request a copy of your completion certificate after successfully completing the module with 100% accuracy (21 out of 21 possible points). Certificates of completion will be emailed to you within 48 hours. If your project is likely to be reviewed by the HSRB, it is highly recommended that you submit a copy of your online research ethics training completion certificates with any funding request for an Odyssey Undergraduate Research (UR). Please contact [email protected] if you have any questions about how to complete this training.
Participating in clinical research
An online certificate program in clinical ethics is available.
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ATHE students gain foundational knowledge and skills in patient cases, clinical ethics, and ethics consultation, allowing them to expand their competency in these areas. Three online classes in theory, law, and procedures (each worth 18 Continuing Medical Education credits) and one week-long in-person Summer Seminar in Healthcare Ethics make up the program (approximately 29 CME credits). Individual courses are available to students.
The department coordinates training for the responsible conduct of research as defined and mandated by the National Institutes of Health on behalf of the UW School of Medicine. The BRI program runs from June to September each year.
“It’s important to remember that ethical decision-making is a process, not a single correct answer. In this sense, unethical behavior is characterized by a refusal to participate in the ethical decision-making process. Making no fair effort to define a coherent and defensible basis for conduct is always unacceptable.”
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The Collaborative Institutional Training Initiative (CITI Program) is committed to meeting the training needs of colleges and universities, healthcare institutions, technology and research firms, and government agencies as they strive to promote the integrity and professional advancement of their students.
Belinda Smith has 34 years of experience in research education, starting in clinical research coordination and progressing to human subject protections. She currently directs the University of Kentucky Human Research Protection Program’s education and outreach efforts, as well as providing FDA consultancy to the Office of Research Integrity and IRBs.
Dr. Alan S. Rudolph is Colorado State University’s Vice President for Research. Dr. Rudolph is a former member of the Senior Executive Service who served as the Director of the Chemical and Biological Technologies Directorate of the Defense Threat Reduction Agency’s Research and Development Enterprise (DTRA).
In August 2019, Dr. Rolando Montoya was named acting president of Miami Dade College (MDC). He retired as MDC’s provost for operations in 2017, after serving the college in various capacities from 1987 to 2017. Following his retirement, he also served as a College Trustee.