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Training: Go beyond the basics of grant management, June 11

There are still a few seats available in the upcoming intermediate class Post–award Focus: Federal Grant Management, which examines the management of federal grants. Through analysis of case studies, participants consider the new OMB Universal Guidance, the NIH Grants Policy Statement, “single-draw”, new closeout rules, and OHSU forms and procedures. Key course topics: Post-Award Roles & Responsibilities Cost Principles Prior Approval Subrecipient Monitoring Audit Prerequisite classes: Essentials of Grant Administration or equivalent experience, Oracle Grants Accounting Enroll using … Read More

Learn how to engage employees through career development, May 6

Nuts-N-Bolts: Engaging Employees through Career Development Tuesday, May 6, 9:15 to 11:45 a.m., Mac Hall 2201 Facilitated by Benjy Howe and Matt Morscheck Registration required through TrainingForce OHSU managers and supervisors: Did you know that engaged employees have significantly higher productivity, profitability, and customer ratings, less turnover and absenteeism, and fewer safety incidents?  It’s true, according to a recent study by the Gallup organization. Yet, according the same report, up to 70% of American workers … Read More

OHSU Cardiovascular Research T32 recruiting; applications due April 30

Looking for a postdoc position in cardiovascular research? Know someone who is? The NIH-sponsored Training Program for Translational Science and Cardiovascular Research at OHSU program that is currently recruiting. The deadline is April 30, 2014 – so start working on those applications! The training program is open to both physician-scientists and basic scientists (MD, DO, or Ph.D.) Six trainees will be accepted for a two-year research experience in one of three general categories: diabetes/obesity; developmental programming; or … Read More

Reminder: eCRIS Mandatory Use in effect Wednesday, Jan. 29

If your studies involve prospectively consented OHSU human subjects, then starting Wednesday, Jan. 29, you will be required to use eCRIS, an institution-wide computer application for the budgeting, financial management, contracting, and study management of OHSU clinical research studies, including subject tracking, regulatory reporting, and document management. eCRIS support is dedicated to assisting through this transition and is available by emailing eCRISSupport@ohsu.edu. The mailbox is monitored between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. You … Read More

Update: eCRIS Mandatory Use Moved to Thursday, Jan. 29

The date all new clinical studies enrolling prospectively consented human subjects are required to use OHSU’s electronic clinical research information system, eCRIS, has been moved to Jan. 29, 2014 from Jan. 14, 2014. We still encourage you to get prepared to use eCRIS.  Some helpful ways to get prepared are: complete required and/or recommended training and visit the eCRIS information site for additional resources. Resources eCRIS website eCRIS FAQ’s Page eCRIS Training eCRIS Big Brain … Read More

New Responsible Conduct of Research training opportunity from OCTRI

RCR Training for Scholars and Trainees This eight-hour seminar meets the RCR (Responsible Conduct of Research) requirements of the NIH K award or T award, or any federal or non-federal career development grant. It is an interactive and practical experience that is focused on addressing real issues that have arisen in the course of your research. This may be related to ethics, integrity and regulatory matters; including anything from how you recruit and consent patients to … Read More

Frequently asked questions about eCRIS

What is eCRIS? eCRIS is OHSU’s new electronic Clinical Research Information System. It is used for management of clinical research studies and facilitates study set up and ongoing management, including budgeting, financial management and subject tracking. Is it mandatory? Starting when? Yes. Studies that meet the inclusion criteria that are submitted to eIRB on or after 1/14/14 must use eCRIS. Ongoing studies must be transitioned to eCRIS  by 7/14/14. Which studies are required to be … Read More

eCRIS: New Ongoing Study, Invoice and Payment functionality

OHSU’s electronic clinical research information system, eCRIS, has new functionality available. Look for the following features: Active studies with industry funding can generate invoices and display payment data from Oracle Grants Accounting (OGA). The Create Invoice button is available on the budget workspace for active studies. Invoices are created based on the information contained in the payment terms smartform. Automatic payments, or those paid to OHSU without having to create and send an invoice, can … Read More

eCRIS: Let’s get prepared

As you may know, starting in January 2014 the electronic Clinical Research Information System (eCRIS) will be required for all studies enrolling prospectively consenting OHSU subjects. Then in July 2014, all existing studies must be migrated to eCRIS as well. We realize this change may have a significant impact on a busy study coordinator or investigator’s day, so we asked around to see how things were going. “Before the training sessions the new system seemed … Read More

Gearing up for the eCRIS transition in 2014

In about two months, eCRIS, OHSU’s new clinical research management system, will be required for all new clinical studies enrolling prospectively consented human subjects. Later in 2014, eCRIS will become mandatory for existing studies as well. As of October, about 100 people have been trained on eCRIS and 60 new studies have voluntarily made the transition. While eCRIS was designed to make your life easier, new users have found that it’s harder to learn when … Read More

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