What is Ethics in Research and why is it Important?
What is ethics in research? And why is it important? In this article the bioethicist David B. Resnik …
The 3-day P.I. program of the University of Washington offers intensive remedial teaching for investigators who have (staff who) engaged in unprofessional behaviour, including persistent noncompliance and breaches of research integrity. The course also welcomes ‘Researchers who find it challenging to balance scientific and compliance demands in today’s complex regulatory environments’.
Using a career-coaching model, the P.I. Program offers personalized assessments, a group workshop, and post-workshop coaching calls to help researchers operate professionally in today’s complex environments. The program is held in St Louis (USA), and a course fee is required.
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