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The Development and Assessment of an NIH-Funded Research Ethics Training Program.
|Title||The Development and Assessment of an NIH-Funded Research Ethics Training Program.|
|Publication Type||Journal Article|
|Year of Publication||2008|
|Authors||Salerno, Judith, DuBois James M., Dueker Jeffrey, Anderson Emily E., and Campbell Jean|
The authors describe the content, format, and outcomes a training program developed by the Saint Louis University Center for Health Care Ethics and the Missouri Institute of Mental Health Continuing Education department that focused on mental health research and adopted a train-the-trainer model. It was offered in on-site and distance-learning formats. Key outcomes of the program included educational products (such as 70 case studies posted on the course Web site, a textbook, and an instructional DVD) and program completion by 40 trainees. The program succeeded in increasing participants' knowledge of ethical issues and their beliefs that they could identify issues, identify problem-solving resources, and solve ethical problems.