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RED 912 | The National Science Foundation (NSF) Consultation

These Grant Writing Consultations are held the 3rd Friday of each month from 11:00am - 12:00pm via Zoom.  These Grant Writing Consultations are offered through the Office of Research Education (REd) and are hosted on the LMS Canvas. They are designed to be 60-minute discussions and are open for researchers and investigators. This open forum structure allows for participants to ask brief questions about any aspect of preparing NSF proposals. Researchers can bring their draft proposal outline/research questions for feedback, ask questions about the grant writing or review process, or share and learn tips to make proposals more competitive. Event Categories: Lectures. Seminars. Workshops & Training. Campus Locations: Zoom. Cost: Online registration is required. No cost for University faculty, staff and students; $28.00 for Non-University individuals. Ticket URL: https://utah.catalog.instructure.com/browse/research-education/research-education-red/courses/grant-writing-consultation-the-national-science-foundation-nsf. Contact Name: Research Education, REd. Contact Phone: 801.587.3958. Contact Email: researcheducation@utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Friday, August 19, 2022, 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM. For more info visit education.research.utah.edu.

RED 653 | National Research Data Resources

Class Description: Research data resources available to the University Community: (TriNetX, N3C, ACT, PCORnet)  For each tool, we will discuss: - The type of data that is available within the network - Where and how data is originated - If de-identified data can be accessed - Best use-scenario for each tool - How the access these tools At the conclusion of this class, you should be able to: Researchers will obtain an understanding of the available research data resources. Utilize the data resources for different research studies. Event Categories: Lectures. Seminars. Workshops & Training. Campus Locations: Zoom. Cost: Online registration is required. No cost for University faculty, staff and students; $28.00 for Non-University individuals. Ticket URL: https://utah.catalog.instructure.com/browse/research-education/courses/national-research-data-resources---8232022. Contact Name: Research Education (REd). Contact Phone: 8015873958. Contact Email: researcheducation@utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Tuesday, August 23, 2022, 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM. For more info visit education.research.utah.edu.

RED 912 | The National Science Foundation (NSF) Consultation

These Grant Writing Consultations are held the 3rd Friday of each month from 11:00am - 12:00pm via Zoom.  These Grant Writing Consultations are offered through the Office of Research Education (REd) and are hosted on the LMS Canvas. They are designed to be 60-minute discussions and are open for researchers and investigators. This open forum structure allows for participants to ask brief questions about any aspect of preparing NSF proposals. Researchers can bring their draft proposal outline/research questions for feedback, ask questions about the grant writing or review process, or share and learn tips to make proposals more competitive. Event Categories: Lectures. Seminars. Workshops & Training. Campus Locations: Zoom. Cost: Online registration is required. No cost for University faculty, staff and students; $28.00 for Non-University individuals. Ticket URL: https://utah.catalog.instructure.com/browse/research-education/research-education-red/courses/grant-writing-consultation-the-national-science-foundation-nsf. Contact Name: Research Education, REd. Contact Phone: 801.587.3958. Contact Email: researcheducation@utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Friday, September 16, 2022, 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM. For more info visit education.research.utah.edu.

RED 711 | Establishing Expectations and Maintaining Effective Communication

Class Description: Establishing expectations and maintaining effective communication are the cornerstones of the mentoring relationship. In this class we will cover strategies for successful communication between mentors and mentees, with a focus on the necessity for a mutual understanding of expectations, the use of various modes of communication, the ways in which power differentials affect communication, and the importance of mutual feedback between mentors and mentees. During the live class meeting, we will use case studies to explore potential communication issues and ways of addressing them. Class Objectives: At the conclusion of this class, you should be able to: Articulate the importance of explicit expectations and formulate plans for expectations within the mentoring relationship. Evaluate various practices for effective communication. Identify considerations/implications of setting expectations and communicating with diverse mentee --- Instructor: Rachel Hayes-Harb (Links to an external site.) Pro… Event Categories: Lectures. Seminars. Workshops & Training. Campus Locations: Zoom. Cost: Online registration is required. No cost for University faculty, staff and students; $28.00 for Non-University individuals. Ticket URL: https://utah.catalog.instructure.com/browse/research-education/research-education-red/courses/establishing-expectations-and-maintaining-effective-communication---9212022. Contact Name: Research Education (REd). Contact Phone: 8015873958. Contact Email: researcheducation@utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Wednesday, September 21, 2022, 9:00 AM – 10:00 AM. For more info visit education.research.utah.edu.

RED 643 | Best Practice Network: eProposal - Guided Tour

Class Description: eProposal is a comprehensive, web-based application that captures internal proposal information required for Office of Sponsored Projects (OSP) review prior to its submission to sponsor agencies. eProposal offers many features and tools, including electronic signature routing, which allow for the efficient completion and tracking of status as the proposal moves through OSP. In this hands-on workshop, participants will learn the process of entering data, setting up approval routing, and information retrieval. --- Instructor Kristie Thompson Associate Director, OSP. Event Categories: Lectures. Seminars. Workshops & Training. Campus Locations: Zoom. Cost: Online registration is required. No cost for University faculty, staff and students; $28.00 for Non-University individuals. Ticket URL: https://utah.catalog.instructure.com/browse/research-education/research-education-red/courses/red-643-best-practice-network-eproposal---guided-tour---9282022. Contact Name: Research Education (REd). Contact Phone: 8015873958. Contact Email: researcheducation@utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Wednesday, September 28, 2022, 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM. For more info visit education.research.utah.edu.

RED 644 | Fastlane to Research.gov Transition - Panel Discussion

Class Description: In late 2020, the National Science Foundation (NSF) announced its plan to incrementally move the preparation and submission of all proposals from FastLane to Research.gov.  FastLane is targeted to be removed as a submission option from all funding opportunities when the Proposal and Award Policies and Procedures Guide (PAPPG) goes into effect in January 2023.  In preparation we are holding a panel discussion on what the differences will look like, how to navigate these adjustments, and what to expect as we navigate adjusted processes internally. At the conclusion of this class, you should be able to: Understanding the format for biosketch, CPS, COA & project summary documents. , To understand what functions will move to Research.gov and what functions will remain in Fastlane. Event Categories: Lectures. Seminars. Workshops & Training. Campus Locations: Zoom. Cost: Online registration is required. No cost for University faculty, staff and students; $28.00 for Non-University individuals. Ticket URL: https://utah.catalog.instructure.com/browse/research-education/research-education-red/courses/red-644-fastlane-to-researchgov-transition---panel-discussion---9302022. Contact Name: Research Education (REd). Contact Phone: 8015873958. Contact Email: researcheducation@utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Friday, September 30, 2022, 10:00 AM – 11:00 AM. For more info visit education.research.utah.edu.

RED 732 | Research Participant Advocacy and the Informed Consent Process

Class Description: Class Description: The process of informed consent will be considered from the research participant's perspective. What is Good Clinical Practice (GCP) when addressing participant questions and concerns? How can the informed consent process be improved for the participant? What do your participants truly understand, consent to, and wish they knew more about? How does Health Literacy impact the informed consent process in clinical research? What is therapeutic misconception and how can it be avoided? These questions and other "hot topics" will be the focus of discussion in this open forum presentation. Class Objectives: At the conclusion of this class, you should be able to: Describe research thru the eyes of the participant, who are you offering research opportunities too, who's not being represented in your research?  Discuss tips to effectively communicate the required elements of consent.  Identify when someone has a low health literacy level and still have a meaningful informed consent… Event Categories: Lectures. Seminars. Workshops & Training. Campus Locations: Zoom. Cost: Online registration is required. No cost for University faculty, staff and students; $28.00 for Non-University individuals. Ticket URL: https://utah.catalog.instructure.com/browse/research-education/research-education-red/courses/red-732-research-participant-advocacy-and-the-informed-consent-process---1042022. Contact Name: Research Education (REd). Contact Phone: 8015873958. Contact Email: researcheducation@utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Tuesday, October 4, 2022, 10:00 AM – 11:00 AM. For more info visit education.research.utah.edu.

RED 720 | Foundations of Responsible Conduct of Research (RCR)

Class Description: Being an academic author is complex. Not only do academic authors need to have the skills to write and communicate their findings, but they also need to successfully navigate institutional policies and discipline norms. This class provides an opportunity to reflect on your identity as an author or co-author at the University of Utah as well as in your discipline. The course will help you know when you are an author and copyright owner and distinguish when others are authors and co-copyright owners in light of university and discipline approaches.    Class Objectives: By the end of this course, you will be able to: Determine where you fit in author ordering Demonstrate how to determine if a journal or publisher is legitimate Explain how to guide yourself and your co-authors through publishing policies Navigate the peer-review & post-publication process --- Instructor Alison Lord, M.Ed. Training and Development Coordinator, Office of Research Education (REd) alison.lord@utah.edu. Event Categories: Lectures. Seminars. Workshops & Training. Campus Locations: Zoom. Cost: Online registration is required. No cost for University faculty, staff and students; $28.00 for Non-University individuals. Ticket URL: https://utah.catalog.instructure.com/browse/research-education/research-education-red/courses/red-720-foundations-of-responsible-conduct-of-research-rcr---student---1052022. Contact Name: Research Education (REd). Contact Phone: 8015873958. Contact Email: researcheducation@utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Wednesday, October 5, 2022, 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM. For more info visit education.research.utah.edu.

RED 721 | Getting Published: Responsible Authorship and Peer Review (Student)

THIS CLASS IS FOR UNDERGRADUATE & GRADUATE STUDENTS ONLY.  Class Description: Being an academic author is complex. Not only do academic authors need to have the skills to write and communicate their findings, but they also need to successfully navigate institutional policies and discipline norms. This class provides an opportunity to reflect on your identity as an author or co-author at the University of Utah as well as in your discipline. The course will help you know when you are an author and copyright owner and distinguish when others are authors and co-copyright owners in light of university and discipline approaches.    Class Objectives: By the end of this course, you will be able to: Determine where you fit in author ordering Demonstrate how to determine if a journal or publisher is legitimate Explain how to guide yourself and your co-authors through publishing policies Navigate the peer-review & post-publication process --- Instructor Allyson Mower, MA, MLIS Librarian, Marriott Library. Event Categories: Lectures. Seminars. Workshops & Training. Campus Locations: Zoom. Cost: Online registration is required. No cost for University faculty, staff and students; $28.00 for Non-University individuals. Ticket URL: https://utah.catalog.instructure.com/browse/research-education/research-education-red/courses/red-721-getting-published-responsible-authorship-and-peer-review---student---10182022. Contact Name: Research Education (REd). Contact Phone: 8015873958. Contact Email: researcheducation@utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Tuesday, October 18, 2022, 9:00 AM – 10:00 AM. For more info visit education.research.utah.edu.

RED 652 | Best Practice Network: How to Structure Your Data Collection

Class Description:  Part 1: How to identify data elements and best practices for data collection from a statistician's perspective. Prior to planning data collection, it is helpful for researchers to perform a literature review, including a review of published tables and figures. This information can be used to guide the construction of a statistical analysis plan that includes mock-up tables and figures. After focusing on which data elements to collect, I'll discuss best practices for data collection. Part 2: Writing a grant Research Design section through the eyes of a Study Coordinator. Most Clinical Research data collection tasks are delegated by the Principal Investigator to their Research Assistant or a Study Coordinator. We will review the key elements needed in a grant Research Design section that increase the likelihood of the successful completion of these tasks, thus protecting the data integrity. Class Objectives: At the conclusion of this class, you should be able to: Define mock-up table and st… Event Categories: Lectures. Seminars. Workshops & Training. Campus Locations: Zoom. Cost: Online registration is required. No cost for University faculty, staff and students; $28.00 for Non-University individuals. Ticket URL: https://utah.catalog.instructure.com/browse/research-education/research-education-red/courses/red-652-best-practice-network-how-to-structure-your-data-collection---10182021. Contact Name: Research Education (REd). Contact Phone: 8015873958. Contact Email: researcheducation@utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Tuesday, October 18, 2022, 4:00 PM – 5:00 PM. For more info visit education.research.utah.edu.

RED 712 | Assessing Understanding and Fostering Independence

Class Description: It is important to understand when a mentee requires help, as well as when they are ready to independently carry out a task or project. The class covers frameworks for understanding research mentee development, the effective use of mentee onboarding processes, and the role of mistakes in a mentee’s development. During the live class meeting, we will use case studies to explore issues in understanding and fostering independence. Class Objectives: At the conclusion of this class, you should be able to: List and relate qualities of a mentee to independence readiness Explain when a mentee is ready to independently take on a project or task Identify considerations/implications of such independence for diverse mentees --- Instructor Rachel Hayes-Harb (Links to an external site.) Professor, Linguistics r.hayes-harb@utah.edu. Event Categories: Lectures. Seminars. Workshops & Training. Campus Locations: Zoom. Cost: Online registration is required. No cost for University faculty, staff and students; $28.00 for Non-University individuals. Ticket URL: https://utah.catalog.instructure.com/browse/research-education/research-education-red/courses/assessing-understanding-and-fostering-independence---10192022. Contact Name: Research Education (REd). Contact Phone: 8015873958. Contact Email: researcheducation@utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Wednesday, October 19, 2022, 9:00 AM – 10:00 AM. For more info visit education.research.utah.edu.

RED 731 | Case Studies in the Responsible Conduct of Research (RCR)

Class Description: The responsible conduct of research (RCR) is a relatively new discipline. It is focused on the multifaceted social and ethical issues that arise in the practice of scientific research. But scientific research itself is hundreds, perhaps even thousands, of years old. Reflecting on this history of biology, chemistry, physics and medicine provides insightful examples of both responsibly conducted research, and irresponsibly conducted research, by some of the most famous scientists in history. Participants will examine a number of notable cases from the history of science and will consider how prominent scientists and their research would fare in the modern age of RCR. --- Instructor James Tabery, PhD Assistant & Associate Professor, Department of Philosophy; Adjunct Associate Professor, Internal Medicine & Pediatrics. Event Categories: Lectures. Seminars. Workshops & Training. Campus Locations: Zoom. Cost: Online registration is required. No cost for University faculty, staff and students; $28.00 for Non-University individuals. Ticket URL: https://utah.catalog.instructure.com/browse/research-education/research-education-red/courses/case-studies-in-the-responsible-conduct-of-research-rcr---10192022. Contact Name: Research Education (REd). Contact Phone: 8015873958. Contact Email: researcheducation@utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Wednesday, October 19, 2022, 3:00 PM – 4:00 PM. For more info visit education.research.utah.edu.

RED 912 | The National Science Foundation (NSF) Consultation

These Grant Writing Consultations are held the 3rd Friday of each month from 11:00am - 12:00pm via Zoom.  These Grant Writing Consultations are offered through the Office of Research Education (REd) and are hosted on the LMS Canvas. They are designed to be 60-minute discussions and are open for researchers and investigators. This open forum structure allows for participants to ask brief questions about any aspect of preparing NSF proposals. Researchers can bring their draft proposal outline/research questions for feedback, ask questions about the grant writing or review process, or share and learn tips to make proposals more competitive. Event Categories: Lectures. Seminars. Workshops & Training. Campus Locations: Zoom. Cost: Online registration is required. No cost for University faculty, staff and students; $28.00 for Non-University individuals. Ticket URL: https://utah.catalog.instructure.com/browse/research-education/research-education-red/courses/grant-writing-consultation-the-national-science-foundation-nsf. Contact Name: Research Education, REd. Contact Phone: 801.587.3958. Contact Email: researcheducation@utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Friday, October 21, 2022, 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM. For more info visit education.research.utah.edu.

RED 300 | Managing and Maintaining Your Scholarly Profile

Class Description: In this class, you will learn how to manage and promote your research, how to determine which scholars have cited your work, and how to locate top-ranked journals in your field or science. This presentation will explain methods for effectively and efficiently using Scopus, Web of Science, Google Scholar, ORCID and a variety of social media tools to maintain your online scholarly profile. Bibliometric measures such as h-factor, an author-level metric, and Impact Factor, the average number of times articles published in the past two years will also be discussed. Class Objectives: At the conclusion of this class, you should be able to: Build a Google Scholar profile Register for an ORCID Explain methods for using Scopus, Web of Science, Google Scholar, ORCID and a variety of social media tools to build and maintain your online scholarly profile Describe bibliometric measures such as h-factor, an author-level metric, and Impact Factor --- Instructor Lorelei Rutledge, M.L.S. Associate Librarian… Event Categories: Lectures. Seminars. Workshops & Training. Campus Locations: Zoom. Cost: Online registration is required. No cost for University faculty, staff and students; $28.00 for Non-University individuals. Ticket URL: https://utah.catalog.instructure.com/browse/research-education/research-education-red/courses/managing-and-maintaining-your-scholarly-profile---10212022. Contact Name: Research Education (REd). Contact Phone: 8015873958. Contact Email: researcheducation@utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Friday, October 21, 2022, 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM. For more info visit education.research.utah.edu.

RED 501 | Advanced Consideration of the Criteria for IRB Approval of Research

Class Description: Participants will develop an in-depth understanding of the regulatory criteria for IRB approval of research. Join a discussion on the ethical basis for each criterion and the complicating factors that influence how the IRB weighs each of the core ethical principles: Respect for Persons, Beneficence, and Justice.  Class Objectives: At the conclusion of this class, you should be able to: Review and articulate the IRB’s mission and foundational principles Discuss how to apply the Criteria for IRB Approval of Research --- Instructor Ann Johnson Director, Institutional Review Board (IRB) ann.johnson@hsc.utah.edu Institutional Review Board (IRB). Event Categories: Lectures. Seminars. Workshops & Training. Campus Locations: Zoom. Cost: Online registration is required. No cost for University faculty, staff and students; $28.00 for Non-University individuals. Ticket URL: https://utah.catalog.instructure.com/browse/research-education/research-education-red/courses/red-501-advanced-consideration-of-the-criteria-for-irb-approval-of-research---10252022. Contact Name: Research Education (REd). Contact Phone: 8015873958. Contact Email: researcheducation@utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Tuesday, October 25, 2022, 3:00 PM – 4:00 PM. For more info visit education.research.utah.edu.

RED 660 | Best Practice Network: Cultural Competency, Diversity and Equity in Research Participation

Class Description: Health equity begins with research participation equity.  By recognizing and understanding how our own biases may impact research recruitment efforts, we can identify ways to begin to dissolve health care disparities for our community.  What is health equity and how does that impact research as a whole?  Where can resources be accessed to improve study diversity?  How can we build a bridge to the community our research targets?  This discussion will describe what it means to be culturally and linguistically appropriate and how we can find ways to address health care disparities through our work in research. --- Instructor Sadie Gabler, Research Participant Advocacy Director Associate Vice President for Research Integrity & Compliance Office. Event Categories: Lectures. Seminars. Workshops & Training. Campus Locations: Zoom. Cost: Online registration is required. No cost for University faculty, staff and students; $28.00 for Non-University individuals. Ticket URL: https://utah.catalog.instructure.com/browse/research-education/research-education-red/courses/red-660-best-practice-network-cultural-competency-diversity-and-equity-in-research-participation---1112022. Contact Name: Research Education (REd). Contact Phone: 8015873958. Contact Email: researcheducation@utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Tuesday, November 1, 2022, 10:00 AM – 11:00 AM. For more info visit education.research.utah.edu.

RED 402 | Collaborative Research and the Roles of the Scientist in Society

Class Description: Research is frequently undertaken by researchers working together from different academic departments, multiple institutions, private industry and with the government. Many ethical challenges often arise largely due to the number of people, organizations and resources involved. Scientists and researchers may be at different stages of their careers and have different motivations for conducting research. It often becomes difficult to review the work of collaborators on interdisciplinary and multi-institutional research conducted or located in different regions of the world. Further, there is a longstanding tension between the role of the scientist as "discoverer of how things work" and the expectations of many in society that scientists should "deliver tangible goods." In addition, governments often encourage scientists to advance specific national agendas, even though scientists are largely viewed by citizens as "independent authorities" able to present findings that transcend national polit… Event Categories: Lectures. Seminars. Workshops & Training. Campus Locations: Zoom. Cost: Online registration is required. No cost for University faculty, staff and students; $28.00 for Non-University individuals. Ticket URL: https://utah.catalog.instructure.com/browse/research-education/research-education-red/courses/red-402-collaborative-research-and-the-roles-of-the-scientist-in-society---1182022. Contact Name: Research Education (REd). Contact Phone: 8015873958. Contact Email: researcheducation@utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Tuesday, November 8, 2022, 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM. For more info visit education.research.utah.edu.

RED 401 | Proposals: How to Prepare and Submit

Class Description: Participants will learn how to plan for and write a competitive grant proposal, and how the Office of Sponsored Projects (OSP) aids throughout the submission and review process. Part 1 of the class addresses aspects of grantsmanship, including: responding to a funding opportunity announcement, understanding the funding agency's review process, planning a proposal development timeline, using a step-by-step approach based on the research aims, and writing to win reviewer support. Part 2 of the class explains why proposals must be submitted through the Office of Sponsored Projects (OSP), what role Grants and Contracts Officers serve in the process, and why University and sponsor compliance is critical for success. Class Objectives: At the conclusion of this class, you should be able to: Respond to a funding opportunity announcement (FOA) Identify the various proposal formats and components in developing proposal plans Develop proposals for grants, contracts, and cooperative agreements Explain… Event Categories: Lectures. Seminars. Workshops & Training. Campus Locations: Zoom. Cost: Online registration is required. No cost for University faculty, staff and students; $28.00 for Non-University individuals. Ticket URL: https://utah.catalog.instructure.com/browse/research-education/research-education-red/courses/proposals-how-to-prepare-and-submit---1182022. Contact Name: Research Education (REd). Contact Phone: 8015873958. Contact Email: researcheducation@utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Tuesday, November 8, 2022, 4:00 PM – 5:00 PM. For more info visit education.research.utah.edu.

RED 713 | Fostering Academic Literacies

Class Description: While academic reading and writing can be challenging even for the most experienced researchers, the highly specialized discourses of our disciplines can be particularly mystifying and intimidating for emerging researchers. This class covers principles and strategies for supporting mentees’ academic literacies, and encourages mentors to recognize and value language diversity. During the live class meeting, we will use case studies to explore issues in the development of mentees’ academic literacies. Class Objectives: At the conclusion of this class, you should be able to: Develop methods of providing effective feedback on researcher writing Connect mentees with on-campus resources for research writing Identify considerations/implications of mentorship in academic reading and writing for diverse mentees --- Instructor Rachel Hayes-Harb (Links to an external site.) Professor, Linguistics r.hayes-harb@utah.edu. Event Categories: Lectures. Seminars. Workshops & Training. Campus Locations: Zoom. Cost: Online registration is required. No cost for University faculty, staff and students; $28.00 for Non-University individuals. Ticket URL: https://utah.catalog.instructure.com/browse/research-education/research-education-red/courses/fostering-academic-literacies---1192022. Contact Name: Research Education (REd). Contact Phone: 8015873958. Contact Email: researcheducation@utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Wednesday, November 9, 2022, 9:00 AM – 10:00 AM. For more info visit education.research.utah.edu.

RED 404 | Preparing for an FDA Inspection: Lessons from the Field

Class Description: An introduction to clinical trial FDA inspections. This course will cover how to prepare for an FDA inspection, what to expect during the inspection and how to plan for improvement based on the final FDA report. Class Objectives: At the conclusion of this class, you should be able to: Describe the reasons for and purpose of an FDA Inspection Review how to best prepare for an FDA inspection Articulate what to expect during an FDA inspection Discuss how to improve internal practices based on the outcomes of the inspection --- Instructor Erin Beck Senior Research Compliance Specialist, HCI erin.beck@hci.utah.edu Huntsman Cancer Institute (HCI), Research Compliance Office. Event Categories: Lectures. Seminars. Workshops & Training. Campus Locations: Zoom. Cost: Online registration is required. No cost for University faculty, staff and students; $28.00 for Non-University individuals. Ticket URL: https://utah.catalog.instructure.com/browse/research-education/research-education-red/courses/red-404-preparing-for-an-fda-inspection-lessons-from-the-field---11102022. Contact Name: Research Education (REd). Contact Phone: 8015873958. Contact Email: researcheducation@utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Thursday, November 10, 2022, 9:00 AM – 10:00 AM. For more info visit education.research.utah.edu.

RED 741 | Source Documentation in Research

Class Description: This class covers the basic requirements for source documentation and record retention in human subject research. Industry standards, GCP, FDA, and local IRB requirements will be reviewed. Strategies for implementing the principles of ALCOA-C in source documentation, suggestions for corrective action plans, and the appropriate use of a note to file vs. a deviation report will be presented. Class Objectives: At the conclusion of this class, you should be able to: Identify regulations, guidelines, standards, and best practices Determine how to properly document data and discuss helpful tips Briefly outline retention of records --- Instructor Michelle Esplin Research Scientist, HCI Research Compliance Office. Event Categories: Lectures. Seminars. Workshops & Training. Campus Locations: Zoom. Cost: Online registration is required. No cost for University faculty, staff and students; $28.00 for Non-University individuals. Ticket URL: https://utah.catalog.instructure.com/browse/research-education/research-education-red/courses/red-741-source-documentation-in-research---11152022. Contact Name: Research Education (REd). Contact Phone: 8015873958. Contact Email: researcheducation@utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Tuesday, November 15, 2022, 10:00 AM – 11:00 AM. For more info visit education.research.utah.edu.