Full course description
This orientation is for all new academic appointees and staff (it is highly recommended that temporary positions who work at least 20 hours a week attend a NECO session) that fall under University Clinical Affairs, comprised of the Schools of Dentistry, Health and Human Sciences, Medicine, Nursing, Optometry, Public Health (Bloomington and Indianapolis) and Social Work shall obtain compliance orientation training no later than 90 days from the first day of their employment. Any exceptions to the 90 day time frame shall be approved by the University Compliance Office.
New Employee Compliance Orientation (NECO) for the Health Sciences is offered on a monthly basis. Attendees of NECO will gain an understanding of their obligations for compliance and will be provided with the resources needed to obtain additional information on compliance matters or report issues.
Training Topics Include
- IU's Principles of Ethical Conduct
- Where to locate IU policies
- About IU's anonymous reporting hotline
- Research ethics
- About HIPAA
- Data protection and privacy
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