Note:This training is offered online by CITI

Description This training contains 10 required modules covering topics such as: Belmont Report, recognizing and reporting unanticipated problems, cultural competence, populations requiring additional considerations, ethics of human subjects research, IRB regualtions, informed consent, social and behavioral research, records-based research, and human genetic research. An average score of 80% is needed to pass the training.
Completion Information

Upon completion of this training attendees will be authorized to conduct research utilizing human subjects in a biomedical reseach setting.

Protocol Requirement

Yes

Valid for  3 Years
Duration About 3 hours
Course Materials No materials are required.
Training Outcome

At the conclusion of the training attendees will know:

  • How to recognize and report unanticipated risks to subjects and others
  • Cultural awarness relating to human research
  • History and ethics of human research
  • IRB regualtions and review process