Resources for BCH Fellows

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  • BCH Library   
  • CITI Training in Responsible Conduct of Research
    Collaborative Institutional Training Initiative (CITI) is an online training program consisting of a series of tutorial modules focusing on different spects of RCR. The modules include instructional material, case studies, and additional suggested readings. At the end of each module is a short quiz. The results of each quiz are recorded and provided to you and to CHB Research Administration. You must have a cumulative score of 80% to pass/complete the course.
  • Employee Assistance Program            
  • Human Resources Consultant                    
  • International Fellows                      
    Contacts:

    Kate Sullivan, Immigration Specialist - 617-919-3347 (4-3347)
    Gail Robinson, Immigration Manager - 617-355-2146 (5-2416)   

    Office of Immigration Services
  • Individual Development Plan (IDP)
    It is beneficial to the postdoctoral experience that every postdoctoral/research fellow at Boston Children’s Hospital have an annual formal evaluation from their supervisor. A
    yearly evaluation of a fellow is mandated by the policies set forth in the Research Fellows Policy Manual. A commonly used mechanism for annual evaluations is an Individual
    Development Plan (IDP). The IDP is a kind of roadmap stating each trainee’s Developmental stage and goals and can assist postdoctoral fellows in achieving their career goals and
    becoming contributing members of the biomedical research workforce. As of October 2014, the NIH will require the use of IDPs for all fellows funded by training grants and highly
    recommend
    their use for all fellows funded by other NIH mechanisms. This website has various resources and templates to guide the development and use of IDPs for fellows at BCH.  
  • Ombudsman                        
  • Postdoc Associations
    BCH Postdoc Association   

    Harvard Postdoc Association
  • Research Fellows Manual
  • Technology and Innovation Development Office (TIDO)
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