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Solid relationships depend on effective communication. A culture of responsibility and integrity is only as strong as the trust among its constituents. Communication that flows in all directions throughout an institution, builds trust, capacity, ownership of ideals, and support. When the messages people perceive and internalize are about fundamental research integrity and compliance issues, it becomes even more important to get the message right… and for the right reasons.

Additional Resources

Articles & Books

  • Townsend, C. and Hines, D. (2009). Research Compliance: It’s Everyone’s Responsibility!
  • Larson, E and Larson, R. (2012). The Influencing Formula. Watermark Learning, pp.291.
  • Masters, M.F. and Albright, R.R. (2002). The Complete Guide to Conflict Resolution in the Workplace. NY: American Management Association, pp 343