The RCR Faculty Toolkit provides guidance for communicating RCR training requirements to trainees, participating in RCR sessions, writing RCR program descriptions for grant applications, planning and monitoring completion of informal RCR instruction, and tailoring RCR topics and instruction for various research roles.

If you scroll down this page, you will find the following topics within this toolkit:

  • Institutional and Federal RCR Requirements
  • Faculty Roles and Participation in RCR
  • Tailoring RCR Topics and Instruction
  • RCR Topic Outlines

 


Institutional and Federal RCR Requirements

On July 1, 2010, The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP) Research Institute announced updated RCR training requirements in compliance with changes to federal RCR requirements. Updates are listed below:


Faculty Roles and Participation in RCR

Effective RCR training involves active leadership by faculty who share a commitment to foster research integrity as a core institutional value. The resources below are designed to support faculty in participating as RCR session moderators, panel members or discussion leaders, preparing RCR training plans for various types of grant applications, facilitating informal RCR learning experiences and monitoring completion of informal RCR requirements.


Tailoring RCR Topics and Instruction

The links below provide materials for specific research roles.


RCR Topic Outlines

Use these topics outlines to design and deliver RCR education for research trainees, lab personnel and study team members. Each outline includes an Introduction, Key Questions, Federal Policies and Regulations, Case Studies, Video Vignettes, Self-Study Materials, Books, Reports, Articles, and access to Institutional Guidelines.