Education and Training for Research Personnel
The Office of Data Quality supports multiple educational opportunities and training requirements for DF/HCC research personnel. Our program includes maintaining the Human Subject Protection (HSP) and Good Clinical Practice (GCP) training through the CITI website, providing policy and regulatory training for new DF/HCC investigators, and coordinating an educational lecture series open to all DF/HCC institutions.
DF/HCC Policies and Operations
HSP and GCP Staff Training Lists
Research Staff with the appropriate OnCore access may download real-time reports to verify the current HSP/GCP training and expiration dates for all active DF/HCC research personnel. For instructions on accessing these reports, please click here:
Frequently Asked Questions - HSP and GCP Training
Per EDU-100, all Overall Principal Investigators and Site-Responsible Investigators conducting DF/HCC research much complete a New Investigator Training requirement, as set by ODQ. This training can be completed online here:
Please contact ODQEducation@dfci.harvard.edu with any questions regarding this training requirement.
Welcome to eLearning Center, an online resource library that references key talks and general information that affects investigators and research staff across Dana-Farber/Harvard Cancer Center. These educational materials are available to help you with your day-to-day clinical research responsibilities.
January 12, 2018
"Clinical, Regulatory, Logistical, and Financial Aspects of CAR-T and other Novel Cell Therapies"
Sarah Nikiforow, MD, PhD
Clinical Instructor, Stem Cell Transplantation Program
Asst. Medical Director, Cell Manipulation Core Facility
Dana-Farber Cancer Institute
Cultural Competency Training for new DF/HCC researchers
With growing concerns about racial and ethnic disparities in cancer care and the need for cancer centers to accommodate increasingly diverse patient populations, it is important that health care professionals are educated on how their own and their patients' culture influence health care delivery, health behaviors, and access to clinical trials. This self-directed program will stimulate your thinking about cultural competence and help you to understand how culture influences health care decisions and participation in clinical trials.
Part I: Reflections on Cultural Competence in Cancer Care
View below (speaker: Christopher Lathan, MD)