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Regulators are focusing more attention than ever on the diverse group of federal rules that fall under the umbrella of "research compliance," which includes conflict of interest, effort reporting, research misconduct, financial compliance, human subjects, scientific misconduct, tech transfer, and security and biosafety issues such as select agents and export controls.
Report on Research Compliance is the only news source on research compliance created and written especially for college and university research administrators. With offices located in downtown Washington, D.C., Report on Research Compliance is well-placed to track down the news you need from NIH, NSF and other agencies, Capitol Hill, and elsewhere. It addresses the issues of greatest concern to research compliance administrators, in critical areas such as:
To help research administrators manage these complicated issues and do their jobs more effectively, Report on Research Compliance is a unique three-part service that includes:
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In addition to being among the first to read breaking compliance news, as a subscriber to Report on Research Compliance you'll be armed with a quick analysis of what it means for you … and follow-up stories and Web-based content on options you should consider for your compliance programs. This multi-media service is designed to deliver the intelligence you need, how and when you need it. Start your subscription today!
If you work at an academic medical center or in a similar health care environment, you can earn CEUs from the Compliance Certification Board (CCB) of the Health Care Compliance Association (HCCA) to help maintain your Certified in Healthcare Research Compliance (CHRC) designation.
Subscribers to Report on Research Compliance are now eligible to receive one (1) CCB Continuing Education Unit (CEU) per issue, up to the maximum of 50% of the continuing education requirement. Please submit one sheet per five issues of Report on Research Compliance with your CCB renewal application. For more information, contact CCB at 888-580-8373 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Editor Theresa Defino is well-versed in the ethical and compliance issues facing researchers and institutions, having worked for an academic medical center affiliated with a major midwestern university and having written hundreds of articles based on research studies. A veteran health care journalist and writer, Theresa has been based in Washington, D.C, since 1989.
Michele M. Codd
Associate Director, Sponsored Projects Administration
The George Washington University
Thomas A. Coggins
Director, Sponsored Award Management
University of South Carolina
Director, Office of Sponsored Research
Garrett R. Sanders
Vice President, Sponsored Programs Administration
Research Foundation of SUNY
Director of Research Integrity, Office of Research and Graduate Studies
University of Kansas
Alice A. Tangredi-Hannon
Research Compliance Officer
Deborah K. Vetter
Director, Sponsored Programs Administration
University of Nebraska Medical Center
Regina H. White
Associate Vice President, Research Administration
Marianne R. Woods
Senior Associate Vice President for Research Administration
University of Texas at San Antonio
Jane A. Youngers
Assistant Vice President for Research and Sponsored Programs
University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio
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