Review CITI Program's latest additions to the ever-evolving course catalog.
New Revised Common Rule Course - Human Subjects Research (HSR)
Revised Common Rule provides a detailed review of the changes to the Common Rule, including a focused overview and topic-specific modules. Organizations can easily manage training on the revised Common Rule by setting up new learner groups and utilizing administrator reporting tools.
- Overview of the Final Rule Revisions
- New and Revised Definitions
- Informed Consent - Changes and Additions to Consent Processes
- Informed Consent - Changes to the Documentation of Consent
- Understanding Broad Consent
- Secondary Research with Identifiable Information and Biospecimens
- Effect of Revised Common Rule on Research Roles
- Updates to Exemption Categories
- Limited IRB Review
- Updates to Expedited Review Procedures
Independent Learner Price: $129 per person
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New GCP SBR Advanced Refresher - Good Clinical Practice (GCP)
GCP SBR Advanced Refresher reinforces the importance of concepts covered in the basic level GCP – Social and Behavioral Research Best Practices for Clinical Research course. This second-level course goes in-depth on more advanced GCP concepts, expands upon the breadth of the investigator’s responsibilities, and explores topics relevant to social sciences research and behavioral trials not traditionally covered in GCP courses.
Independent Learner Price: $129 per person
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New Research Study Design Course
Research Study Design provides learners with an understanding of how to improve study design, collect and analyze data, and promote reproducible research.
- Introduction to Scientific Research
- Observational Research
- Interventional Research
- Quantitative Research (Statistical Reasoning and Hypothesis Testing) - Part 1
- Quantitative Research (Statistical Reasoning and Hypothesis Testing) - Part 2
- Survey Research: Designing the Instrument
- Survey Research: Conducting the Research
- Qualitative Research Methods
- Mixed Methods Research
- Data Management
- Reproducibility of Research Results
Independent Learner Price: $200 per person (introductory price through 31 May 2018)
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Updated Working with the IACUC Course - Animal Care and Use (ACU)
Subscribing organizations may add and/or switch to the updated course starting today. It is available for no additional fee. However, there are a few key things to understand and consider if your organization utilizes the existing course. Review key considerations.
Working with the IACUC has been significantly updated to improve the course’s content, structure, alignment with current regulatory guidelines, and delivery. The course still provides the same necessary basic training on the protection of animal subjects used in research, but now with nine comprehensive, concise modules and two additional modules of interest.
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Updated Belmont Report and Its Principles module - Human Subjects Research (HSR)
Effective 16 April 2018, CITI Program brought back the module entitled "Belmont Report and Its Principles." An earlier iteration of this module was retired 17 August 2017, because discussion of the application of Belmont's principles to research is covered in other core modules. However, we have decided to restore this module to facilitate learner access of the full reading of the Belmont Report. The new version of this module will present the learners with a link to access the report and require them to read it in its entirety. If your organization previously utilized this module, we will restore it automatically to your gradebooks.
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Name Change: Fundamentals of Biostatistics is now Essentials of Statistical Analysis
Fundamentals of Biostatistics has been renamed to more accurately reflect the course content and is now Essentials of Statistical Analysis. The course itself has not been altered and progress towards completion will not be affected.
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