Training

The Office of Research Integrity has compiled the following materials to assist the George Washington University (GW) research community. As this is not an exhaustive list, please contact your Sponsored Projects Administrator if you have a training need that they may be able to assist you with.

Responsible Conduct of Research

Online CITI Training

Online Responsible Conduct of Research (RCR) training modules are available at CITI Program.These modules are recommended for individuals that need to complete RCR training required by the National Science Foundation.

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RCR @ GW and Beyond Course

An in-person, semester-long seminar course that is open to anyone in the GW research community. Students will engage by participating in discussions and active learning mechanisms facilitated by active researchers and administrators at the university.

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Monthly Seminar Series

The Office of Research Integrity hosts monthly sessions on important RCR topics and updates. The seminar series is open to the entire campus community including investigators, postdocs, research staff, and graduate and undergraduate students.

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PHS Financial Conflicts of Interest

Investigators engaged in Public Health Service (PHS) funded research are required to complete training in order to comply with the National Institutes of Health (NIH) federal regulations. GW investigators may complete the required training online using the CITI training program. Instructor-led training is also available - contact [email protected] to schedule training session.

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Export Controls

The Office of Research Integrity offers quick information sessions as well as comprehensive trainings that can be customized to meet your needs. Export control training for departments, labs, project teams or individuals is available upon request by contacting [email protected]

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