Research Compliance Online Training Courses Address Latest Regulations
JERICHO, N.Y., Dec. 5, 2012 /PRNewswire/ — HCCS (Health Care Compliance Strategies, Inc.), the leading provider of online healthcare compliance and competency training, today announced the release of newly updated online multimedia compliance training courses for research compliance and integrity. The courses are designed for every staff member and administrator involved in medical research. HCCS provides a free demonstration at http://www.hccs.com/courses/Research-Compliance-Suite/.
The Research Compliance Suite contains four multimedia online training courses. The four courses are:
- Grants & Contracts – pre-award, post-award, program management information
- Human Subjects – rules, regulations, and ethical considerations pertaining to the use of human subjects in medical research
- Conflicts of Interest and Research Misconduct – identifying, managing and responsible conduct of research
- Professional Relationships and Data Issues – relationships between researchers, authorship, peer review and data issues
These online training courses are designed for Universities, medical schools, hospitals, clinical research organizations, laboratories and other medical research institutions. The courses educate staff, faculty and administrators at research facilities about how to handle a wide range of critical compliance issues, including information on ethical and legal considerations involving human subject research, how to recognize potential conflicts of interest or medical misconduct and the proper steps to take to report these violations. The suite also provides a framework for properly documenting and reporting on money received from grants and signing contracts with partners.
Recent updates to the Research Compliance Suite online training courses include new guidance for FDA clinical trials staff, NIH peer review and appeal process information, an overview of the “Common Rule,” OIG Work Plan issues, mentor and trainee recommendations, ICMJE recommendations, and several other important new regulations.
“We design our courses to help healthcare institutions provide recurring, updated training to ensure proper staff behavior and maintain compliance with frequently changing regulations,” says Ben Diamond, President of HCCS. “HCCS addresses these issues and many others in customizable, easy to understand, online courses that are updated annually and as regulations change.”
HCCS online training courses are developed by HCCS’ expert content staff and use full motion video and interactivity. Courses are tailored to job function and include comprehensive reporting.
For more information and a free demonstration, visit http://www.hccs.com/courses/Research-Compliance-Suite/.
HCCS is the leading provider of effective online training courses and learning management systems to healthcare facilities. HCCS has provided over 7 million hours of compliance and competency training courseware to hospitals, teaching facilities, medical schools, health plans and other healthcare entities.
SOURCE Health Care Compliance Strategies, Inc.