Office of Human Research Affairs

Human Subjects Research Education

The Office of Human Research Affairs provides access to a number of different trainings and educational resources to educate investigators on the protection of human subjects in research. Investigators have access to online training courses, training presentations, training workshops, and external training resources.

IRB TRAINING WORKSHOPS

Seminar Title   Training Videos & Slides   Upcoming in-Person Sessions 
iRIS 101   Video (available upon request) TBD
Single IRB 101  Video / Slides   TBD
Research with Human Data & Human Specimens  Slides   TBD
ClinicalTrials.gov  Slides  TBD

** At this time all live trainings and workshops will be offered via ZOOM**

 

Training and Consultation Request Form  

REQUIRED IRB TRAINING

All *Key Personnel engaged in human subject research (including research using information and specimens from human subjects) are required to complete the applicable training mandated by the Terms of our Federal Wide Assurance. The Einstein IRB will not issue approval if any key personnel has not satisfied this requirement.

Collaborative Institutional Training Initiative (CITI)

All individuals requiring human subject research must complete the training process via the University's CITI (Collaborative Institutional Training Initiative) training website.  

  • Initial training can be completed by completing either of the following: 
    • CITI Basic Course in human subjects research (estimated to take 4-6 hours)
    • CRTP Students: Both semesters of Dr. Macklin's Research Ethics course
  • The CITI Basic course offers a broad base of educational material for all individuals who are involved in the conduct of human subject research. The Einstein IRB requirements for completion of this tutorial have been structured to offer each researcher a program that has been tailored to address issues associated with their area of study. 
 
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