Posts Tagged ‘Training’

Essentials of Grant Administration class moved to May

Updated 2/8/13: The February Essentials of Grant Administration class has been rescheduled to begin May 1. Contact Margaret Gardner with any questions. Enrollment is now open for Essentials of Grant Administration, intended for anyone who supports, coordinates, oversees, or otherwise engages in the administration of federally funded research grants. Whether you’re new to grant administration or you want to learn about the most current practices and resources, this course is for you. We address the … Read More

Kick Off 2013 with Research Administration Classes!

Launch into 2013 with a great line-up of learning opportunities from Research Administration Training & Education (RATE). January classes start as early as next week. Which of these fits your needs? Click the links below to view more information about each offering, including class times. Tuesday, January 8 Clinical Trials Administration: Post-award Finance Training Grants & Fellowships Thursday, January 10 RDA 101: Introduction to Research Administration Thursday, January 17 Research Administration Information Network (RAIN) InfoEd & … Read More

InfoEd & ePPQ Training, Dec. 12

Don’t forget: The Electronic Proposed Project Questionnaire (ePPQ) will become mandatory for applications submitted through Research Grants & Contracts starting January 1, 2013. Sign up for training today. Gain valuable hands-on experience by attending any of these upcoming classes. Knowledgeable Research Grants & Contracts staff walk attendees through the submission of grant applications and ePPQs using the InfoEd module. InfoEd – OHSU uses InfoEd for most NIH, CDC or AHRQ proposals that require electronic submission. Eventually, all proposals … Read More

Welcoming and Supporting Your International Employees, Sept. 25

Seats are still available! Do you hire and manage international employees at OHSU?  Are you interested in learning more about best practices for supporting them as productive, high-contributing team members? If so, please join us for Welcoming and Supporting Your International Employees. This course will help you develop skills for communicating and managing across cultures and creating a workplace environment that fosters collaboration and innovation. After this course managers will be better able to: Support … Read More

Research Administration Training and Education: July Courses

The summer season at OHSU is a great time to gain and refine skills by attending classes. Besides catching the July 19 ePPQ Town Hall, consider the following Research Administration Training & Education courses: Tuesday, July 24 – Effort Reporting: Gain a detailed understanding of why and how we maintain this important process at OHSU. Learn the ins and outs of coordinating the Effort Reporting process through lecture, case studies and hands-on learning. Thursday, July … Read More

Sign up for RDA 101, July 26

These less hectic months of summer at OHSU may allow more time in your schedule for learning opportunities. Consider attending RDA 101: Introduction to Research Administration on Thursday, July 26. This two-hour course will be held at the Bancroft Building at the South Waterfront – an easy walk or shuttle ride from the Portland Aerial Tram. If you’re new to OHSU Research, or would like a better understanding of how Research Development and Administration supports … Read More

Human Investigations Program applications due July 16

The Human Investigations Program (HIP) trains scientists in the principles of and best practices in clinical and translational research. It offers an integrated clinical and translational education curriculum. Participants can obtain a Certificate in Human Investigations or a Master of Clinical Research degree – and a non-degree track allows enrollment in individual courses. The curriculum includes a wide variety of requirements and electives that will provide a rich background in human investigation – everything from the … Read More

Redesigned New Employee Orientation has something for everyone

OHSU’s New Employee Orientation, commonly referred to as NEO, was revamped and relaunched back in January. As a reminder, Day 1 of New Employee Orientation is for every new employee at OHSU, regardless of position or mission area. The recently revamped program provides information and resources that every new employee needs in order to make a successful start, including information on benefits, parking and transportation, and integrity. NEO occurs bi-monthly. For more information, visit the … Read More

Training for Upgraded SciVal Experts, Funding, and Scopus, May 3

Looking for an easier way to find out who does what at OHSU? To find funding? Or to find statistics on journal citations? OHSU licenses several tools, including SciVal Experts, Funding and Scopus, that are meant to help you find this information and much more, as quickly and easily as possible. These tools have recently undergone a major upgrade, so trainers from Elsevier will be on campus next Thursday, May 3 to demonstrate how to … Read More

Enroll Now: Grant Administration Classes, March 20 & 22

Two areas of grant administration are being addressed this week in courses from Research Administration Training & Education (RATE). Enroll now by visiting the RATE web page. Training Grants & Fellowships – Tuesday, March 20 Clinical Trials Pre and Post-Award Administration – Thursday, March 20 Training Grants & Fellowships offers an overview of the pre-award steps, guidance on using the xTrain module, and a practical understanding of the post award project management of training grants … Read More

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