OHSU Health System Trainings
The following is a list of required training for research staff working in the OHSU health system.
- Basic Life Support
Required if performing any clinical assessments or intervention with subjects, initial & every 2 years.
- Color Vision Screening
Required of personnel performing urine dipstick, pH determination, or occult blood tests.
- Environment of Care Training
Required of all OHSU employees performing work related activities in OHSU Healthsystem facilities.
- Phlebotomy Training
Required if drawing blood for the first time or if a refresher is needed.
- Workplace Violence Prevention and Response
Required of all OHSU employees performing work related activities in the OHSU Healthsystem facilities.
- ECG 12-lead
Required initial and annual online training and exam.
- Point of Care Testing Training
Contact Ambulatory New Employee Training for training that covers the following POC tests:
- HCG Urine
- Hgb by HemoCue
- Hgb A1C
- Urine Dipstick
- 24 hour urine
External Clinical Research Education Links
Inside the NIH Grant Review Process
A video on peer review at NIH.
Making the Right Moves: A Practical Guide to Scientific Management for Postdocs and New Faculty
A collection of advice, experiences and opinions from seasoned biomedical investigators and other professionals has been published by the Howard Hughes Medical Institute as a practical guide for postdocs and new faculty. It is available free at the link.
Portland VA Medical Center Education for the Protection of Human Research Participants
Required for all personnel involved with VA human subjects research projects.