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UCSF Human Research Protection Education and Training

  CITI Human Subjects Training Requirement for Key Personnel

All UCSF Key Personnel conducting human research must complete human subjects protection training through an online program called the Collaborative Institutional Training Initiative (CITI).
Review the FAQs About CITI Training for registration instructions and training details.

CITI Completion Lists: If you are unsure if your training is current, check our training completion lists:

UCSF Contracts and Grants - Review the UCSF Campus Procedures for NIH Grants, Contracts, and Fellowships -- Human Subjects Protection Training Certification page for information on what training documentation needs to be included for NIH applications.

HRPP Education Opportunities

Click on the class name for more info and register using the link provided.

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If you cannot view this calendar, click here.

Past Classes and Slides:

Preparing a New CHR Application
Completed 9/22/2015. Next class Winter/Spring 2016

Preparing Consent and Assent Forms and the Consent Process
Completed 10/19/2015. Next class Fall 2015.

Submitting Modifications and Continuing Reviews
Completed 11/23/2015. Next class Winter/Spring 2016

Post Approval Event Reporting
Completed 7/14/2015. Next class TBD

Overview of UCSF's Subject Injury Program
Completed 7/18/2013. Next class TBD

Findings From Routine Site Visits Conducted by the Quality Improvement Unit (QIU)
Completed 10/4/2013. Next class TBD.

Recruitment: Ethics, Regulations and Practical Solutions
Completed 8/27/2015. Next class TBD.

Technology and Best Practices for Recruitment
Completed 5/21/2013. Next class TBD.

HRPP Town Hall
Completed 5/31/2012

The Study Coordinator's Role in Investigator-originated Studies
Completed 5/22/2009. No classes are scheduled.

NCI Central IRB (CIRB) Submission Training
No classes are scheduled. For questions, contact the CHR.

iRIS Training Classes (ongoing)
We offer a variety of training classes on iRIS, our online submission and review system. More information is available on the iRIS training page.

CHR Introductory Training Webinar
Please click Here to view the PDF version of the slides.


HRPP Training Request Form: Complete this form to request a CHR or iRIS training specific to your group needs. Contact Shana Stolarczyk, HRPP Education Coordinator at 415-502-5816 or shana.stolarczyk@ucsf.edu for questions.


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