P.I. Program Receives ORI Grant to Expand Recruitment and Assessment Efforts
The U.S. Office of Research Integrity awarded a grant to the P.I. Program to expand its recruitment and assessment efforts. New assessments will examine the work habits of participants. The project builds on work from the recent NIH K01 Award received by Dr. Alison Antes, the P.I. Program’s most recent faculty member, which includes studying the work habits of research exemplars. Drs. Antes and DuBois recently interviewed 52 researchers who conduct high impact research and enjoy a reputation for great leadership and integrity in research. Data from these projects will inform recommendations on best practices for lab leadership and management.
Good Clinical Practice Project Funded by ICTS
The PSI Lab received funding from the Institute of Clinical and Translational Sciences (ICTS) to conduct a survey of 400 clinical research coordinators to determine how CRCs learn good clinical practice, or GCP. We will validate a 35-item test of GCP knowledge, inventory their learning experiences including CITI and ACRP online modules, their motivation to learn, and work experiences, and identify the correlates of GCP knowledge.
PSI Lab Receives NHGRI RO1 Grant
The PSI Lab will examine the ethical and practical barriers to sharing qualitative data. The PSI Lab collaborated with the Institute for Informatics and the ICPSR data repository at the University of Michigan in writing this proposal. The project will examine attitudes of researchers, IRB members, patients, and data curators toward sharing qualitative research data; will develop guidelines for sharing data in a responsible manner; and will develop open access software to assist investigators in anonymizing qualitative research transcripts.
PSI Lab to Examine Role of Culture and Experience on the Perception and Application of Research Regulations, Norms, and Values
The PSI Lab received a grant award from the US Office of Research Integrity to examine “the role of culture and experience on the perception of and application of research regulations, norms, and values.” This project builds upon an ongoing ORI-funded project to validate the Professional Decision-making in Research (PDR) and How I Think about Research (HIT-Res) measures. The project will run from August 1, 2014 through July 31, 2016.
Project Title: The role of culture and experience in the perception and application of research regulations, norms and values
Principal Investigator: James M. DuBois, DSc, PhD: Division of General Medical Sciences; Washington University School of Medicine; Campus Box 8504; 660 South Euclid Avenue; St. Louis, MO 63110-1093. Phone 314-747-2710. firstname.lastname@example.org
Co-Investigators: Alison Antes, PhD, Division of General Medical Sciences, Washington University School of Medicine; Tammy English, PhD, Department of Psychology, Washington University in St. Louis.
PSI Lab Receives RO1 Grant
The PSI Lab received a grant from NIH to examine preventing ethical disasters in the practice of medicine.
The Health Improvement Institute bestowed is Annual Award for Innovation on the Professionalism and Integrity in Research Program for its “P.I. Program Workshop”.
Awards are given for demonstrated excellence in promoting the well-being of people who participate in research. Judges are drawn from academic, compliance, consulting, health services, legal, and research review organizations.