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Responsible Conduct of Research Program
The Responsible Conduct of Research (RCR) program offers centralized education, policy, and training resources to encourage best practices and promote scientific integrity as a core value.
RCR topics include:
- Authorship and Publication Practice
- Conflicts of Interest
- Data Management - Acquisition, Sharing and Ownership
- Laboratory Safety
- Intellectual Property
- Peer Review
- Research Involving Human Subjects
- Research Involving Animal Subjects
- Research Misconduct
- Researcher in Society
- Unconscious Bias
- Undue Foreign Influence
Children's Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP) Research Institute requires all fellows, research trainees, NIH early career investigators and research faculty to participate in a comprehensive RCR training program.
Learn how to navigate conflicts of interest (COI) in research and industry interactions through guided discussion and practical examples.
Learn about the key features of LabArchives that promote data integrity and how you can use this ERN resource in your work.
Learn about recent initiatives designed to shore up the reliability of the research output and reform the biomedical research enterprise.