Post-Award Grant Management Course
TSNRP provides a Post-Award Grant Management Course for newly funded principal investigators and project directors. The course comprises five online training modules covering TSNRP grant management; introduction to TSNRP federal grants; reporting; use of animals: IACUC review; and human subjects protections regulations and requirements, as well as practical information on managing your grant. This course is mandatory for all newly funded principal investigators who have not previously attended and must be completed with ninety (90) days upon receipt of grant award letter.
All grantees must complete Managing Your TSNRP Grant, Introductions to TSNRP Federal Grants, Reports That Make a Difference, and either Use of Animals: IACUC Review or Human Subject Protections. For those involved in human subjects research, complete the Human Subject Protections module; for those involved in animal research, complete the Use of Animals: IACUC Review module. You may complete both, but it is not a requirement.
Required Post-Award Grant Workshop Presentations
- Managing Your TSNRP Grant
- Introduction to TSNRP Federal Grants; Kenneth J. Allen
- Reports That Make a Difference; Janet Pierce, PhD, APRN, CCRN, FAAN
- Use of Animals: IACUC Review; Joseph O. Schmelz, PhD, RN, CIP, FAAN
- Human Subject Protections; Joseph O. Schmelz, PhD, RN, CIP, FAAN
To view these presentations, an updated version of Flash is required.
After you have viewed the required four (4) out of five (5) online training modules, digitally sign and submit an email stating which online modules you have completed and total time to complete to firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com. You will receive continuing education credit for modules completed.
Feedback from Participants
Participants find the workshop extremely informative. Below are a few comments from past participants:
"I learned an amazing amount about the grant process. I feel eager to start and have a much firmer grasp of what needs to be done and in what order."
"This was a great course and much needed for new researchers."
"I finally understand the roles of PI, PD, etc. I will become more organized with my studies up front. It enthused me."