Are you an institutional official who works in research compliance, research integrity, human subjects protections, animal care and use, or conflicts of interest compliance?
You are invited to complete a short survey being conducted by researchers at Washington University School of Medicine. The Addressing Violations of Research Integrity and Compliance (AVRIC) study aims to understand institutional experiences and approaches to remediating research noncompliance or integrity violations.
This survey explores institutional needs for education and training and your preferences for a practical resource about developing corrective action plans that we will develop and disseminate nationally.
Click here to complete the anonymous survey.*
Additional study details:
- All data collected are strictly confidential
- The survey will take 15 to 20 minutes to complete.
- You may enter a raffle to win a $50 Amazon.com eGift card.
- This study is funded by the National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences and is led by Drs. James DuBois, Alison Antes, and Tristan McIntosh who direct the Professionalism and Integrity in Research Program (P.I. Program).
- Using responses from this survey, results of interviews with 45 institutional officials, and an underlying root cause analysis of the 100 researchers referred to the P.I. Program, we will develop and disseminate a practical stakeholder-informed resource that identifies promising practices for remediating noncompliance.
*If you are having trouble accessing the survey from the link above, copy and paste this link into your browser: https://wucrtc.az1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_0wTyJjcBtQvERhA
For more information, contact Liz Rolf, Clinical Research Coordinator, at email@example.com.
Thank you for your willingness to learn about our project, and for the important work you are doing. We invite you to forward this post or the survey link to individuals in your network who may be interested in participating.
James M. DuBois, DSc, PhD is the Director of the Bioethics Research Center and the Professionalism and Integrity (P.I.) Program at Washington University School of Medicine.
Alison Antes, PhD is a faculty member of the Bioethics Research Center, and Co-Director of the Professionalism and Integrity (P.I.) Program at Washington University School of Medicine.
Tristan McIntosh, PhD is a faculty member of the Bioethics Research Center and Responsible Conduct of Research (RCR) course instructor at Washington University School of Medicine.