Win one of three travel grants

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Win one of three travel grants 
Do you like quizzes? Well, here is one with a nice prize. Up to three winners will receive a €1000 travel grant. All you have to do is answer 10 questions about the new Integral Quality System Scientific Research with Human Subjects. Want to know more? Read here. 

JCI Theme week Scientific research involving human subjects
From 6 to 10 March, the JCI Theme week Scientific Research involving Human Subjects will take place. The goal of this week is to familiarize all researchers with the new Integral Quality System Scientific Research with Human Subjects.


This system learns you how to register your studies in PaNaMa, the project management system. What the Radboudumc research code is about and where to find it. What the standard operating procedures are for informed consent, for reporting side effects, for data management and much more. 

Program of the theme week. Monday, March 6: 14.45-16.30 Kick-off meeting Radboud Clinical Research Professionals
Venue: Studiecentrum (Route 75).
Who: research coordinators, research nurses, and interested researchers

  • Lectures on: JCI Group Research, recent JCI mock survey, Integral Quality System scientific research with human subjects (IKS)
  • Quiz JCI and scientific research
  • Q&A: Ask your question while enjoying a drink with the speakers

Participation is free. You do need to register here

Monday thru Thursday, 12.00-14.00
‘Guide to the Integral Quality System scientific research with human subjects IKS'
Venue: entrance of the A building restaurant (route 607)
Who: everyone involved in human research
Every day between 12:00 and 14:00 there will be a IKS booth at the entrance of the restaurant in the A-building. In an interactive manner we will make you acquainted with the possibilities of the IKS and how it can benefit you as a researcher.

Monday thru Wednesday 23.59
Win a trip to a conference of your choice
Venue: wherever you like
Who: everyone involved in human research
On this intranet page you can participate in the IKS Quiz (in Dutch because the IKS is in Dutch, sorry. It will be translated in English in a later phase). The quiz will lead you through the IKS as you are trying to find all the answers. After the quiz, you know your way around in the IKS and your life as a researcher will be easier. So, there are no losers. But three of you will be even more lucky and win a sensational prize: a €1000 travel grant to a conference of your choice.  

Monday thru Wednesday
Assess the quality of your research procedures: Tracers
Venue: your department
Who: those who had a training in performing tracers
By performing a tracer together with a colleague, you will gain knowledge on the Radboudumc standard operating procedures and learn from one another. Researchers / research staff from each department will be contacted to execute a tracer. You can also register yourself through this link. On Monday morning (9-9:30), March 6, the kick-off for the tracers will take place (Venue: Kasteel Heijendael, Marijnenkamer).

Thursday, March 9: 14.45-15.45
Tracer feedback and announcement of the travel grant winners
Venue: Tuinzaal (route 706)
Who: the tracers and the quizzers and the interested others

In this relaxed event, the tracers will share their experiences in an informal way, while the quizzers can’t wait for the big moment. Our dean, prof. Paul Smits, will announce the winners. By the way, did you know that there is a congress on personalized medicine in Boston in November and that a ticket costs only €532....  

Want to learn more about scientific research conduct?
Do you have questions concerning certain aspects of good scientific research, such as data management, GCP, local feasibility, JCI and so on?
You can visit the open consultancy hours scientific research
When: Every Monday and Thursday from 12:00 - 14:00
Where: CRCN, route 392
Appointment is not necessary.

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