Catalyst: SRA Insights

by carson.harrod@bswhealth.org on December 19, 2016

The National Institutes of Health (NIH) Public Access Policy requires that peer-reviewed publications originating from NIH-funded research be made publicly available. My NCBI is a personal web site that allows investigators to manage their bibliographies and verify that publications are compliant with the policy. It also provides a tool to build biographical sketches in the NIH format as well as other formats. My NCBI can be linked to the NIH eRA Commons site to facilitate transfer...... Read more

Tagged with: NIH, Public Access Policy

by Zoya Davis-Hamilton on November 29, 2016

This month we wanted to learn more about research administrators’ sense of belonging to the research administration community, both within and outside of their institution. We also wanted to learn more about what makes up the larger research administration community. We will continue to periodically check the "pulse" of research administration community on various topics. Look for the next column in the SRA Catalyst in 2017.... Read more

Tagged with: Research Administration, The Pulse

by carson.harrod@bswhealth.org on November 21, 2016

The National Institutes of Health (NIH) Public Access Policy requires that peer-reviewed publications originating from NIH-funded research be made publicly available on PubMed Central. Potentially confusing identification numbers are used at different times to cite manuscripts and track compliance. This article explains the different identification numbers that an article can have during the process of submission to PubMed Central and when to use each number.... Read more

Tagged with: NIH, Public Access Policy

by Silke Blohm on October 25, 2016

For years research has seen a large increase in international collaboration measured by international co-authorship, citation rates and joint patent applications. A whole sector has worked on establishing worldwide standards of best practice and mechanisms to exchange data, materials, results and not at last bright students, post-docs and academics all facilitated by us research managers around the planet.... Read more

Tagged with: Compliance, Funding Opportunities, Partner Societies

by Carson Harrod on October 25, 2016

The National Institutes of Health (NIH) Public Access Policy (see http://publicaccess.nih.gov ) requires that peer-reviewed publications originating from NIH-funded research be made publicly available. The first article of this series introduced the NIH Public Access Policy. This article will explain the different methods of submitting manuscripts to PubMed Central (PMC), the NIH-designated public repository for journal articles.... Read more

Tagged with: NIH, Public Access Policy

by Carson Harrod on September 26, 2016

The National Institutes of Health (NIH) Public Access Policy requires that peer-reviewed publications from investigators who are funded by NIH grants be made publicly available within one year after publication. The NIH has developed mechanisms and provided tools to investigators to verify compliance with the policy. This is the first in a series of articles that will describe the policy and how investigators can maintain compliance.... Read more

Tagged with: Compliance, NIH, Public Access Policy

by Jason Guilbeault on September 20, 2016

The long awaited 2016 Compliance Supplement was released at the beginning of August, 2016, allowing us to finally review and digest the new Part 6 – Internal Controls section. As many of you know, the Uniform Guidance has a large focus on internal controls, and the new Audit Requirement in Subpart F applies to fiscal years that started December 26, 2014 or later, so many of us are only recently seeing the effects of the internal controls standards on our Single Audits.... Read more

Tagged with: Compliance, Uniform Guidance

by Zoya Davis-Hamilton on August 27, 2016

This month we sought opinions on the importance of such issues as spatial proximity, face time, and personal relationships with investigators, to the success of various research administration models. We will continue to check the “pulse” of the research administration community on various topics every other month. Look for the next column in the SRA Catalyst in October of 2016.... Read more

Tagged with: The Pulse

by Angela Yost on August 26, 2016

Perhaps not surprisingly, advances in human research, much like any other aspect of science, has really boomed over the last decade. With more research involving human subjects comes more responsibility and more public scrutiny. Research using human subjects raises two major questions: (1) Is it necessary to perform the experiment using human subjects to answer the question(s) at hand?, and (2) Is the research important enough to validate the need for human research?... Read more

Tagged with: Compliance, Human Subjects

by Jason Guilbeault on August 25, 2016

2016 Compliance Supplement Released - Repost from Research Administration List on behalf of Jason Guilbeault... Read more

Tagged with: Compliance, Uniform Guidance

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