NIH Training Topics

NIH research ethics training

The National Institutes of Health (NIH) requires a minimum of eight hours of face-to-face training for trainees, fellows, participants and scholars supported by some types of D, F, K, R, T, and U awards. At UW-Madison, the plan for meeting these requirements is included in the grant application. 

The NIH recommends the topics below for comprehensive research ethics training.

  1. Conflict of Interest- Personal, Professional, and Financial
  2. Policies regarding human subjects;  live vertebrate animal subjects in research and safe laboratory practices
  3. Mentor/ Mentee Responsibilities and Relationships
  4. Collaborative Research including Collaborations with Industry
  5. Peer Review
  6. Data Acquisition and Laboratory Tools; Management, Sharing and Ownership
  7. Research Misconduct and Policies for Handling Misconduct
  8. Responsible Authorship and Publication
  9. The Scientist as a Responsible Member of Society, Contemporary Ethical Issues in Biomedical Research, and the Environmental and Societal Impacts of Scientific Research

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Created:2013-09-10 12:25 CSTUpdated:2017-09-05 12:44 CST
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