RCR Rounds are open to the entire BWH research community and are sponsored by either the Center for Clinical Investigation (CCI) and/or the Center for Faculty Development and Diversity Office for Research Careers (ORC). Programs include both basic and clinical research topics; please see the specific lecture details to know if the course fits your research education needs.
Responsible conduct of research (RCR) training is required of students, trainees, and investigators with career development awards who are supported by National Institutes of Health (NIH) funds. The National Science Foundation (NSF) also requires RCR training of undergraduates, graduate students and postdoctoral fellows with any NSF support.
All fellows participating in the Partners RCR Training Program must attend the PHS Seminar, offered two to three times per year alternating between the BWH and MGH campuses.
Please log into the Partners Research Navigator at http://navigator.partners.org/ for additional information. After logging in, you can copy and paste the below links into your browser:
Partners Research Compliance Office: https://partnershealthcare-public.sharepoint.com/Pages/RCR-Training-Program.aspx. This site includes seminar dates, contact information, specific requirements, and how to claim credits.
RCR Attestation Form: https://partnershealthcare-public.sharepoint.com/Documents/RCRAttestationForm.pdf.
Email Partners Research Compliance Office: PHSRCR@ partners.org .
See RCR courses offered at MGH by the MGH Clinical Research Program, and the MGH Office for Research Career Development. News about RCR Training Events can be found at: https://partnershealthcare-public.sharepoint.com/Pages/RCR-Training-Program.aspx.
Upcoming PHS RCR Seminars:
- Tuesday, May 19th, 2015; 4:00- 8:00 pm; Simches Large Conference Room 3110
2014 -2015 Offerings at BWH:
Register for all programs at the BWH Health Events Calendar. Courses in red are offered by the ORC/CFDD, in blue by the CCI.
Completion of each RCR Rounds will fulfill one RCR lecture/discussion requirement, unless otherwise indicated.
Managing & Reporting Unanticipated Problems Including Adverse Events
Elizabeth Hohmann, MD
Sarah White, MPH, CIP, RAC
May 6, 2015, 2:30 - 3:45pm
Mentoring Across Identity Differences
Nora Osman, MD
Bobby Gottlieb, MD, MPH
Wednesday, May 20, 12:00 – 1:30pm
Societal Impacts of Clinical Research
Reisa Sperling, MD
Thursday, June 4, 12:00 - 1:00pm
Grant Writing Tips & Strategies for NIH R01s
Rob Fuhlbrigge, MD, PhD
Thursday, Jun 18, 4:00PM - 5:00PM
Other Resources for RCR
This page was last modified on 5/5/2015