First Biennial Conference on RCR

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					                 First Biennial Conference on RCR-EIT
  Responsible Conduct of Research Education, Instruction and Training

                     April 17-19, 2008, St. Louis, Missouri
                           http://epi.wustl.edu/epi/rcr2008.htm

                                Conference Schedule Summary
    Thursday, April 17, 2008            Friday, April 18, 2008              Saturday, April 19, 2008
2:00-2:10   Opening                8:00-10:00    Plenary III            8:30-10:00    Concurrent II
2:10-3:50   Plenary I              10:30-12:00   Concurrent I           10:30-12:30   Closing Session
4:10-5:50   Plenary II             1:30-3:30     Plenary IV
6:00-7:30   Reception/Posters      4:00-6:00     Interactive sessions
7:30-9:00   Dinner                 6:00 ff       Free time/dinner
9:00 ff.    Posters/demos

                                Thursday, April 17, 2008
Opening, 2:00-2:10: Opening and Welcome
Plenary 1, 2:10-3:50 - National Perspectives & Programs
Nicholas Steneck, History and Current Status of RCR Education, Instruction,
            and Training
Daniel J. Israel, Elizabeth Heitman, Michael Kalichman, RCR Instruction in
            Member Schools of the Association of American Universities:
            Preliminary Findings
James M. DuBois, Jeff Dueker, Recommendations of a Delphi Consensus Panel on
            the Proper Objectives and Content of RCR Instruction Programs
Shiela Slaughter, What Institutional Conflict of Interest Policies Teach Us
            about Academic and Business Values at Research Universities
Plenary 2, 4:10-5:50: Is RCR EIT needed, should it be required?
Kenneth D. Pimple, Unintended consequences of RCR EIT mandates
Ruth Ellen Bulger, Elizabeth Heitman, Challenges to Achieving Responsible
            Conduct in Scientific Research (RCR)
Susan S. Night, Rethinking Integrity – Inculcating Researchers in the Value
            of What is Worth Doing
Posters, 6:00-7:30: Poster session & Reception
Laura Jo Engel, Bruce Edwards, Development of a Collaborative Newsletter: RCR
            Education and Compliance Focus
Rebecca Ann Lind, Korin Isotalo Hunt, Jill Caravelli, Jennifer Diaz, Sarah
            Millermaier, Nathan Earixson, Brenda Russell. First, do no wrong:
            A content analysis of how university research misconduct policies
            define misconduct and the pursuit of allegations
Allison Griffin Ratterman, Role Based Training in the Fiscal Responsibility
            on Grants and Contracts
Cathy Sarli, Ruth Lewis, Promotion of Responsible Authorship and Publication
            Practices
Julio F. Turrens, Teaching RCR at different levels: from summer undergraduate
            research to undergraduate and graduate courses
Sarah Fowler-Dixon, Necessary Elements in the Fundamentals of Human Subjects
            Research
Natalia Jiménez, TBA
Jose Pablo Mora, TBA
Margie, Brackeen, A Day in Court: A Clinical Research Mock Trial


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Laura Kay Zanewicz, Tim Wiemken, William King, Assessment of current
            classroom-based IACUC mandated animal training and a possible
            transition to web-based training
Elizabeth Heitman, Ruth Bulger, Materials
Michael C. Loui, Bradley J. Brummel, C. K. Gunsalus, Kerri L. Kristich, and
            Michael C. Loui, Development and Assessment of Role-Play
            Scenarios for Teaching Responsible Conduct of Research

                          Friday, April 18. 2008

Plenary 3, 8:00-10:00: Can RCR EIT be assessed?
Melissa S. Anderson, The Contrary Research Environment: What is RCR
            Instruction Up Against?
Catherine Woodstock Striley, How Can We Answer the Question: Is RCR EIT
            effective?
Kenneth D. Pimple, Douglas J. Adams, Resisting the siren call of behavioral
            change
Nancy L. Jones, Ann M. Peiffer, Ann Lambros, Martin Guthold, Daniel Johnson,
            Michael Tytell, J. Charles Eldridge and ACEP, Problem-Based
            Learning for Professionalism and Ethics: Graduate Curriculum for
            Science and Engineering
Concurrent 1a, 10:30-12:00: Reports on and discussion of RCR EIT
           assessment efforts (I)
Ava Fajen, Life Sciences Doctoral Students' Perceptions of their Ethics
            Training
Meagan E. Brock, Andrew Vert, Ethan P. Waples, Vykinta Kligyte, Sydney T.
            Sevier, Michael D. Mumford, An Examination of the Ethical
            Decision-Making Process Using a Think-Aloud Protocol
Jay J. Caughron, Alison L. Antes, Ethan P. Waples, Chase E. Thiel, Michael D.
            Mumford, Shane Connelly, A Meta-Analysis of Ethics Training
            Effectiveness
Concurrent 1b, 10:30-12:00: Reports on and discussion of international
           RCR EIT training
Ranil De Silva, Developing a system to promote integrity in neuroscience in
            the Indian subcontinent
Elizabeth Heitman, Why We Need International Strategies for Research
            Integrity Education
Linda B. Cottler, Catherine Woodstock Striley, Long Distance Mentoring in RCR
Concurrent 1c, 10:30-12:00: Teaching responsible authorship and
           publication practices
Vincent Richman, Alex Richman, Journals should practice what they preach:
            Full disclosure of the editorial process
Sandra Titus, Building Collaborative Research Groups: Using an Authorship
            Agreement
Karen Gale, Bridging the Generational Divide: Getting Students and Faculty on
            the Same RCR Page
Plenary 4, 1:30-3:30: Designing institutional and across-the-
           curriculum RCR EIT programs
Jodi Leckrone, RCR Across the Spectrum: Delivery Approaches and Strategies
            for a Research Community
Laura E. Martin, Alison L. Antes, Xiaoqian Wang, Michael D. Mumford, Ryan P.
            Brown, Shane Connelly, Lynn D. Devenport, Implementation of a
            University-Wide RCR Training Program: Triumphs, Trials, and
            Lessons Learned


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Sheila Bonde, The Academy in Context: Ethics Across the Curriculum
Thomas Pistole, Julie Simpson, Cross-disciplinary Instruction in RCR
Interactive 1, 4:00-6:00: RCR EIT programs for faculty and post-docs
Kathleen Flint, The Bring RCR Home Project: Approaches for training postdocs
            in RCRs in RCR
Mary D. Scheetz, The Teaching Scholars Program: A Proposed Approach for
            Promoting Research Integrity
Ann M. Peiffer, Nancy L. Jones, J. Charles Eldridge, Ann Lambros, April
            Ronca, Daniel Johnson, Training Post-doctoral Fellows to
            facilitate Problem-Based Learning groups for graduate training in
            RCR, scientific integrity and professionalism.
Laura Jo Engel, Bruce Edwards, Development of a Collaborative Newsletter: RCR
            Education and Compliance Focus
Interactive 2, 4:00-6:00: RCR EIT program for graduate students and
           trainees
Terry May, Responsible Conduct of Research Initiatives in Graduate Education:
            Experiences and Lessons Learned
Danielle Evers, Moving beyond the classroom: Integrating skills and ethical
            practices in a real-world scenario
Catherine Woodstock Striley, Linda B. Cottler, A Mosaic Approach to RCR EIT
            in Training Grants
Michelle Stickler, Integrating Ethics into the Graduate Classroom
Interactive 3, 4:00-6:00: Designing and assessing web-based RCR EIT
           programs
Laura Kay Zanewicz, Tim Wiemken, William King, Assessment of current
            classroom-based IACUC mandated animal training and a possible
            transition to web-based training
Donna Calvert, Mohamed Kohia, Janis Davis, Nancy Montgomery, Use of On-line
            Module Learning of RCR by Health Science Graduate Students
Paul Baunschweiger, Developing and Assessing the CITI RCR Site
Interactive 4, 4:00-6:00: Developing new RCR materials and approaches
Dawn Diehl, Laura Jo Engel, Allison Griffin Ratterman, and John Burke,
            Development of Specialized Role Based Human Subjects Training for
            Social, Behavioral, and Educational Researcher
Daniel R Vasgird, The Development and Use of RCR Trigger Videos
Michael C. Loui, Bradley J. Brummel, C. K. Gunsalus, Kerri L. Kristich,
            Development and Assessment of Role-Play Scenarios for Teaching
            Responsible Conduct of Research
Sarah H., Vollmer, Query, Video-presentation, Query (QVQ): A New Method for
            Teaching RCR in a Case-based Format


                          Saturday, April 19, 2008

Concurrent 2a, 8:30-10:00: Reports on and discussion of RCR EIT
           assessment efforts (II)
Dena Plemmons, Michael Kalichman, Outcomes for Research Ethics Education:
            Skills
Rebecca Ann Lind, Tammy Swenson-Lepper, A Preliminary Investigation of
            Conflict of Interest Sensitivity
Alison L. Antes, Xiaoqian Wang, Cheryl Beeler, Michael D. Mumford, Shane
            Connelly, Lynn D. Devenport, Ryan P. Brown, Could RCR Training
            Have Risks?
Concurrent 2b, 10:30-12:00: Human subject and clinical RCR EIT


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Linda B. Cottler, Catherine Woodstock Striley, Mentoring for Responsible
            Conduct: Valued Approaches
Sarah Fowler-Dixon, Necessary Elements in the Fundamentals of Human Subjects
            Research
Z. Annette Iglarsh, Potential Liability of Research in Rehabilitation
            Clinical Settings, Value of RCR Education
Concurrent 2c, 8:30-10:00: Institutional management of RCR and
           research integrity
Jeffrey P. Braff, Reality Case-based Training for a Cohort of RIOs
Vincent Richman, Alex Richman, Can Sarbanes-Oxley Enhance Research Integrity?
Sandra Titus, Study on Research Integrity Officers (RIOs) Roles to Educate
            Researchers on Misconduct and RCR
Closing, 10:30-12:30: Closing panel discuss & presentation of survey
           results

Conference Blog:     http://rcreit.wordpress.com/




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