Welcome to DOCR's New Website!
Based on feedback from you, DOCR determined that the website needed to be reorganized to help you better find information. This site is divided into sections to help meet the different audience needs.
Tour the New Site
Register in the LMS and Launch a voice-over presentation of the 7-8-2015 Research Wednesday session that included The Updated DOCR Website - Getting What You Need! and Overview of the Confluence Wiki for Research.
Bookmarking This Site
To make it easier to access the DOCR site, you may want to bookmark this page in your browser. Following are links to directions for bookmarking in different browsers.
We Want Your Feedback!
In our continuing efforts to refine and improve our service to the research community, DOCR would like to hear your feedback in our annual DOCR Satisfaction Survey. All responses will be anonymous (unless you choose to provide your name). Respondents also will have the opportunity to be entered into a drawing to win an iPod shuffle (while still maintaining anonymity of individual survey responses)! If you have any questions or concerns, please direct them to DOCR.Help@dm.duke.edu.
Research Wednesdays Moves to a New Time
Beginning July 8th 2015, the Research Wednesdays education series will move to a new time, 1:00 – 2:00 pm Duke North 2002 or 2001. The time change is a result of room availability with the new academic year. Additional information about this series along with a list of upcoming dates and speakers is available on the Research Wednesdays page.
Save the Date
The 2015 Clinical Research Appreciation Day “It Takes a Team!” will be held Tuesday, October 6th, 11:00 am – 2:00 pm, Trent Semans Center Great Hall. This year’s baseball themed event will include information tables, raffle prizes, and food and beverage. Stay tuned for additional details as the event approaches.
Human Subjects Research (HSR) Annual Training Gets a New Name!
Duke’s required annual Human Subjects Research (HSR) training often is confused with CITI’s Human Subjects Protection (HSP) modules. To better distinguish between the two training requirements, HSR has been renamed to DHRT (Duke Human Research Training). In the Duke LMS, you can find the DHRT training by searching for "DHRT" in the Duke LMS. You will also notice that your Completed Learning or transcript now lists DHRT for previously completed HSR training.
To determine which training is required by who and when, see the Handling Key Personnel page.