Resources for Research and Practice

CENTER FOR PUBLIC HEALTH PRACTICE

By linking academia to professional public health practice, the Center for Public Health Practice (CPHP) contributes to better health for Pennsylvanians. CPHP is a catalyst for engaged scholarship in public health through applied research, practice-based teaching, and professional service. The activities and research provided by CPHP, along with close collaboration with community partners, enables CPHP to be a resource to the community and strengthen the public health system.

Resources for Research and Practice

General Research Training Requirements

The university maintains a resource for researchers and the training requirements specific to each group. View the Research Training Requirements. Students are advised to verify the specific modules required by their department, research mentor, and/or academic advisor.

Academic Integrity Online Module

The Academic Integrity Module (AIM) is required for all new students. For more information regarding the AIM, please see the Academic Integrity and Plagiarism webpage or contact Robin Leaf.

Human Subjects Research in Biomedical Science

Required for all students who are conducting human subject research in biological science. You will be alerted by your research mentor, academic advisor, or other departmental representative if this module is a requirement for your program.

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Human Subjects Research in Social and Behavioral Sciences

Required for all students who are conducting human subject research social and behavioral science. You will be alerted by your research mentor, academic advisor, or other departmental representative if this module is a requirement for your program.

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Research Integrity

Required for all students who are conducting research. You will be alerted by your research mentor, academic advisor, or other departmental representative if this module is a requirement for your program.

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online modules required by the university of pittsburgh

For GSR/GSA/TA appointments:  Students who receive GSR/GSA/TA appointments are required to take additional training modules to be sent via e-mail from the University’s Office of Human Resources.  Deadlines depend upon hire date.  Questions about the training modules should be directed to Employee Relations in the Office of Human Resources (412-624-8150).

For University of Pittsburgh employees:  Students who are also Pitt employees must complete, “Preventing Discrimination and Sexual Violence: Title IX, VAWA, and the Cleary Act for Faculty and Staff,” an online training module administered through the Office of Diversity & Inclusion.  Please contact your department administrator for more information about the process and deadline(s) for completing these modules.

Health Equity Community Group