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RCR Education: Resources. Mike Kalichman, UCSD & Dan Vasgird, UNL. Resources. Books Websites Courses Courses for instructors Organizations Money. Books. National Academies of Science, 1995 Barnbaum and Byron, 2001 Shamoo and Resnik, 2002 Bulger et al., 2002 Steneck, 2004 - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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  • RCR Education: ResourcesMike Kalichman, UCSD &Dan Vasgird, UNL

  • ResourcesBooksWebsitesCoursesCourses for instructorsOrganizationsMoney

  • BooksNational Academies of Science, 1995Barnbaum and Byron, 2001Shamoo and Resnik, 2002Bulger et al., 2002Steneck, 2004Macrina, 2005

  • BooksNational Academies of Science (1995): On Being a Scientist: Responsible Conduct in ResearchSocial Foundations of ScienceValues in ScienceData ManagementConflicts of InterestPublicationAuthorship and CreditError and NegligenceMisconductSocial Responsibility

  • BooksBarnbaum DR, Byron M (2001): Research Ethics: Text and Readings, Prentice Hall, New Jersey. OverviewEthical theories and principlesEthics and study designUse of human and animal research subjectsData managementConflicts of interestResearch misconduct

  • BooksShamoo AE, Resnik DB (2002): Responsible Conduct of Research, Oxford Univ. Press, NY.Research ethicsUse of animal and human subjectsData managementConflicts of interestCollaboration and authorshipPublication and peer reviewGeneticsResearch misconductScience and society

  • BooksBulger RE, Heitman E, Reiser SJ (2002): The Ethical Dimensions of the Biological and Health Sciences, Cambridge Univ. Press, NY.Ethics and integrityResponsible conduct of researchUse of human and animal subjectsData managementAuthorship and publicationCollaborationScience and society

  • BooksSteneck NH (2004): ORI Introduction to the Responsible Conduct of Research.Shared valuesUse of human and animal subjectsData managementConflicts of interestAuthorship and publicationPeer reviewCollaborationMentoringResearch misconduct

  • BooksMacrina FL (2005): Scientific Integrity, ASM Press, 3rd ed., Washington, D.C.Responsible conduct of researchEthical theories and reasoningUse of animal and human subjectsData ownership and recordkeepingConflicts of interestAuthorship and peer reviewCollaborationMentoringGenetics

  • WebsitesORINIHRCRECbioethics.netCWRUUCSD

  • ORIhttp://ori.hhs.govRCR Education ProductsGeneral Subject AreasHuman SubjectsAnimal SubjectsData ManagementConflicts of InterestPoints for DiscussionWebsitesAuthorship and PublicationPeer ReviewCollaborationMentoringResearch Misconduct

  • NIH - Bioethics listed resources provide background information and various positions on issues in bioethicsBioethics and the NIHOther Federal ResourcesGeneral ResourcesWebsites

  • RCREC: RCR Education Resources

  • bioethics.nethttp://bioethics.netHome of the American Journal of BioethicsBioethics ResourcesNews storiesIntroductory material on bioethicsConduct of researchSelected topics in bioethicsWebsites

  • National Academy of Engineeringhttp://onlineethics.orgWebsites

  • UC San Diego - Research Ethics Programhttp://ethics.ucsd.eduWebsites

  • PublicationsScience and Engineering EthicsAccountability in ResearchHastings Center ReportAmerican Journal of BioethicsThe Journal of Research AdministrationJournal of Empirical Research on Human Research Ethics

  • PublicationsScience and Engineering Ethics multi-disciplinary quarterly journal, launched in 1995, exploring ethical issues confronting scientists and engineers.

  • PublicationsAccountability in Research journal publishes original empirical, methodological, policy and theoretical papers, cases studies, conference reports and book reviews that address issues of integrity and accountability in research.

  • PublicationsHastings Center Reporthttp://www.thehastingscenter.orgPromoting thoughtful, balanced reflection on the ethical and social issues of medicine and medical science.

  • PublicationsAmerican Journal of Bioethics issue of AJOB includes Target Articles that zero in on a pressing problem in healthcare or biomedical science, followed by Open Peer Commentary articles written about the Target Article by scholars in many disciplines.

  • PublicationsThe Journal of Research Administration Journal serves to provide articles covering the changing research environment worldwide, and to highlight quality and innovation in research administration.

  • PublicationsJournal of Empirical Research on Human Research Ethics Journal publishes empirical research and reviews of empirical literature on human research ethicsIn addition, JERHRE seeks to create collaboration among institutions and researchers concerned about the responsible conduct of research.

  • CoursesRCREC Course (3 unit)Columbia (ORI) TutorialCITI OpenSeminar in Research Ethics (1 unit)

  • CoursesRCREC Internet Course Conduct of Research Internet InstructionAnimal SubjectsHuman SubjectsData ManagementConflicts of InterestAuthorshipPublication and Peer ReviewCollaboration and MentoringResearch Misconduct

  • CoursesORI/CU Internet Tutorials RCR TutorialsData ManagementConflicts of InterestAuthorship and Peer ReviewCollaborationMentoringResearch Misconduct

  • CoursesCITI: Collaborative Institutional Training Initiativehttp://www.citiprogram.orgRCR Course released

  • OpenSeminar in Research Ethics1 credit doctoral level courseOpen Course Ware PlatformPhilosophical ApproachAddresses Apathy IssueInternational Online Community

  • Courses for InstructorsPoynter CenterUniversity of PittsburghRCR Education Committee

  • Courses for InstructorsKenneth Pimple, Poynter Center, Indiana UniversityTeaching Research Ethics days

  • Courses for InstructorsBeth Fischer and Michael Zigmond, University of PittsburghTeaching Survival Skills and Ethics days

  • Courses for InstructorsFrancis Macrina, Michael Kalichman, RCRECTrain-the-trainershttp://rcrec.orgCustom programs


  • OrganizationsPublic Responsibility in Medicine & Research (PRIM&R)http://www.primr.orgPRIM&R conferences, educational programs, and training resources serve the full array of individuals and organizations involved in biomedical and social science/behavioral/educational research

  • OrganizationsAmerican Society for Bioethics and Humanities (ASBH)http://www.asbh.orgASBH promotes the exchange of ideas and fosters multidisciplinary, interdisciplinary, and inter-professional scholarship, research, teaching, policy development, professional development, and collegiality among people engaged in clinical and academic bioethics and the medical humanities.

  • OrganizationsResponsible Conduct of Research Education Committee (RCREC)http://rcrec.orgThe RCREC, a standing committee of APPE, provides leadership to the research community in identifying, developing, and promoting programs of education in the responsible conduct of research. This is accomplished by collaborations among institutions, organizations, and federal agencies that have roles and interests in the responsible conduct of research.

  • OrganizationsAssociation for Practical and Professional Ethics (APPE) Association for Practical and Professional Ethics was founded to encourage interdisciplinary scholarship and teaching of high quality in practical and professional ethics by educators and practitioners who appreciate the practical-theoretical aspects of their subjects.

  • MoneyORINIHNSFYour institution

  • MoneyORIResource Development Program: Program for Academic Societies:

  • MoneyNIH: Research On Ethical Issues In Human Subjects Research3 Programs: R03, R21, R01

  • MoneyNIH: Ethical, Legal and Social Implications (ELSI) Regular Research (R01) and Small Grant (R03) Programs

  • MoneyNIH (with ORI): Research on Research Integrity

  • MoneyNSF: Ethics Education in Science and Engineering (EESE) considers proposals for research and educational projects to improve ethics education in all of the fields of science and engineering that NSF supports.

  • MoneyNSF: Science and Society (S&S) considers proposals that examine questions that arise in the interactions of engineering, science, technology, and society. including Ethics and Values in Science, Engineering and Technology (EVS).

  • MoneyNSF & Council of Graduate Schools (CGS)$15,000 grants to develop unique RCR materials aimed at developing RCR awareness in graduate students and their faculty

  • Money[Your institutions name here]How much could it cost?Whats it worth to your institution?How can you make the case?

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