Transparency is a key tenet in research, supporting accountability, innovation, and collaboration. Transparency also benefits research administrators and the institutions they serve. In this blog post, we explain how transparency isn’t just good science—it’s good business.
Financial conflicts of interest in research and medical science have been all over the news in recent months. But non-financial biases are also important to consider. A video from Healthcare Triage explores how conflicts of interest without direct financial linkage may be unconsciously biasing researchers, and how institutions can work to ensure research is as unbiased as possible.
Research administration systems are increasingly sophisticated, and reporting tools make comprehensive data more accessible than ever. As long as you know how to access it, data can be used to support, build, and manage operations. Based on our experience with some of the top research institutions in America, here are five key benefits of using data to drive change in research administration.
The revised Common Rule goes into effect on Monday, January 21, 2019. You’re likely well prepaerd, but may be facing some last-minute anxiety. After all, this change is years in the making, and there are a lot of moving parts to coordinate! That’s why we’ve rounded up a few last-minute resources to help reassure you: you got this.