The Office of Research Integrity (ORI) oversees research integrity activities for the Public Health Service (PHS), including investigations into research misconduct in research supported by PHS. Their site includes general RCR resources, as well as topic-specific resources for the nine core areas of research integrity identified by NIH. Materials include interactive videos, case studies, web modules, and relevant publications. This site may be of particular relevance to those investigators who are supported by NIH funds. See especially the ORI Introduction to the Responsible Conduct of Research by Nicholas H. Steneck (illustrations by David Zinn).
Spotlight on Research Integrity monthly workshops
A monthly workshop that features notable speakers from inside and outside of the university and is designed to promote meaningful and sometimes difficult discussion of controversial issues in contemporary biomedical research.
This text has been developed by National Academy of Sciences, National Academy of Engineering, and the Institution of Medicine. On Being a Scientist is designed to supplement informal ethics training provided to graduate students and beginning researchers by their mentors and in
discussions of research misconduct, handling violations of professional standards, laboratory safety, intellectual property, and the researcher in society.
The Collaborative Institutional Training Initiative (CITI) was founded in March 2000 as a collaboration between the University of Miami and the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center to develop a web-based training program in human research subjects protections.
This program requires subscription (except RCR). It includes coursework in:
Links on RCR topics, including data management, IP, mentoring, publication issues, peer review, collaboration, animal and human subjects, safety, responsibility to society, misconduct, financial issues, more.