Breaking the Barriers of Research: Mentoring and Human
- Identify the responsibilities of a mentor.
- Identify the responsibilities of a trainee.
- Explain how good ethics lead to better research.
- Apply mentoring lessons learned from industry to his/her
- Describe successful methods of running a mentoring
- Identify troubleshooting tips in behavioral research.
- Identify components of monitoring a mentoring program.
- Identify how the lack of mentoring supervision may
contribute to cases of misconduct.
- Identify pitfalls encountered by absentee mentoring.
- Identify the nine core areas of responsible conduct of
- Identify the essential elements of compliance training.
- Identify troubleshooting tips in biomedical research.
- Identify how mentoring and human subjects’ protection
- Apply lessons learned from one institution's experiences
to prevent actions that may lead to institutional research
Describe the current state of the research enterprise.
- Describe, from a consultant’s point of view, what the
FDA thinks is good clinical data.
- Descibe the role the IRB plays in human subjects'
- Identify the special issues presented in regards to
therapeutic misconception in investigator initiated
- Identify special issues associated with conducting
research with those persons who fit within the "vulnerable
- Identify specific issues associated with children,
financially disadvantaged populations and cognitively
- Describe the regulations and roles of OHRP and SACHRP in
relation to vulnerable populations.
- Describe methods on how to properly educate IRB members.
- Describe the Quality improvement processes necessary for
- Describe the requirements to obtain CIP certification.