Training on Human Research Protections from an Ethical Perspective

Human Research Protections from an Ethical Perspective is one of 8 modules from the Research Basics Training Program (RBT) developed by the College of Human Medicine Office of Research and the Graduate Medical Education, Inc. (GMEI) geared toward early investigators including medical students, graduate medical education trainees, faculty, MSU-affiliated clinicians and community practitioners across the state. 

The Research Basics Training Program Core Modules

The free online RBT Program has 8 core modules covering basic research methods topics. When taken in sequence, the modules lead the participants through a learning experience that starts with clinicians' need to understand the basics of the research process all the way through dissemination of findings. You may complete all of the core RBT modules or just one:
•    Research and Clinical Practice: Significance, Practicality, and Evidence-based Practice
•    Research Basics: Core Steps
•    Conducting Literature Searches and Reviews
•    Developing a Research Design and Plan
•    Human Research Protections from an Ethical Perspective
•    Sampling and Data Analysis
•    Data Collection, Management, and Protection
•    Disseminating Research Findings

For more information about the Research Basics Training Program please contact:
Mark Trottier, PhD
Director of Research Training
CHM Office of Research
mark.trottier@hc.msu.edu