RCR is an essential component of research training; RCR instruction should be an integral part of all research training programs AND its evaluation (peer review) will impact funding decisions.
Instruction of RCR should be appropriate to the career stage of the individual scientist
Research faculty of the institution should participate in RCR training
All trainees, fellows, participants and scholars receiving support through any NIH training, career development, research education, and dissertation research grant awards or other grant programs with a training component that requires instruction in RCR as noted in the FOA:
HSC has offered BIOM 555, “Problem Based Research Bioethics” since 2000 (Sample Syllabus)