e-Learning

Our e-learning courses are free for all (once you have set up an account or used your Login). Each module aims to provide you with an understanding of the subject area and, where the course is assessed, there is the option to print a certificate when you pass.

Note: To allow the courses to run properly and track your score successfully please ensure your browser allows Javascript.

Good Research Practice (developed by MRC Head Office)

Applicable to everyone in the research community this section of the LMS provides access to e-learning and guidance materials that introduce the MRC's expectations for good research practice.

The quiz tests your knowledge against these learning outcomes.

You can take the quiz independently of the bite-sized modules.

It consists of 10 randomly generated questions; the pass mark is 70%. You may repeat the quiz as many times as you wish. A certificate can be printed when you pass.

A series of 10 bite-sized e-learning modules accompanied by supplementary resources.

You will also find information on GDPR and confidentiality requirements for research on GDPR resources and How can I access health data.

This module provides an overview of human tissue legislation in the UK; good practice and practical tips for compliance. It was developed in consultation with the Human Tissue Authority and others.

Note: This module uses software that supports JAWS. If you are having problems accessing the module using a screen reader please get in touch: rsc@mrc.ukri.org.

This assessment consists of 10 randomly generated questions; the pass mark is 70%. You may repeat the assessment as many times as you wish. A certificate can be printed when you pass the assessment.

This assessment consists of 10 randomly generated questions; the pass mark is 70%. You may repeat the assessment as many times as you wish. A certificate can be printed when you pass the assessment.

This is the old version of the Research and Human Tissue Legislation Assessment which used flash. Flash is no longer supported in modern browsers so the assessment has been updated. If you took this assessment and passed the score will still be available in your gradebook.

This is the old version of the Research and Human Tissue Legislation Assessment which used flash. Flash is no longer supported in modern browsers so the assessment has been updated. If you took this assessment and passed the score will still be available in your gradebook.

This online guide leads you through the process of making an application using the Integrated Research Applications System (IRAS).

You can launch this online guide by visiting this link.