Research Compliance Training

Collaborative Institutional Training Initiative (CITI) Training

CITI Training required for IRB Approval

Human subjects researchers must complete the initial Human Subjects Research course and pass the required testing modules with an overall score of 85% to receive a training certificate. UIW has built multiple courses based on the college/school of an investigator to reduce any confusion regarding which option a researcher must choose.

The initial certification is good for three years. The refresher course may be repeated every three years thereafter.

Click here to access a quick guide to CITI registration.

Click here to be directed to the CITI Program site.

Additional CITI Training Modules

These modules are not required for IRB approval, however, you may need to take them for your professional certifications or to satisfy requirements for certain types of funding.

Training Module Course Information
CITI Training Course Audience
Good Clinical Practice Researchers involved in clinical trials of drugs, biologics and devices
Health Information Privacy and Security Individuals who work with individually identifiable health data
Responsible Conduct of Research Investigators applying to the National Science Foundation (NSF) and select institutes of the National Institutes of Health (NIH)
Animal Care and Use Investigators who work with animals in a research setting
Healthcare Ethics Committee Healthcare Ethics Committee members and health professionals
Good Laboratory Practice Individuals involved in nonclinical laboratory studies
Biosafety/Biosecurity Researchers working in laboratories that handle biohazards
Conflicts of Interest Investigators who receive funding from a PHS agency, including the National Institutes of Health

Workshops

Traveling Workshops

If you wish to schedule IRB or other research compliance training workshops on site for your school, department or a class, please contact the Office of Research and Sponsored Projects Operations.

IRB Training Archive

Introduction to the UIW IRB (Spring, 2020)