All investigators and advisors involved in either human or animal subject research are required to complete the respective training programs. Please note that each training course has a unique expiration date and that all researchers are required to have up-to-date training.
This is the training site for required certification of training in human subject research, HIPAA, animal subject research, conflict of interest (coi) and responsible conduct of research. Clicking here will link you to the CITI page where you can register for required training programs. There are also additional optional courses available on this site for further education.
Types of Training
CITI - Getting Started Guide - For new CITI users, this document steps you through the registration process. For guidance on CITI registration, click here [PDF].
Human Subjects Research - The course that Ohio University requires for Human Subjects Institutional Review Board (IRB) training is either the Biomedical or Social Behavior course. For guidance on Human Subjects training, click here [PDF].
HIPAA - The course that Ohio University requires for HIPAA is Information Privacy Security (IPS). For guidance on IPS training, click here [PDF]
Animal Research - The course that Ohio University requires for Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee (IACUC) training is the "Working with the IACUC (Investigator, Staff, and Students) Course." For guidance on IACUC training, click here [PDF].
Conflict of Interest - The course that Ohio University requires for Conflict of Interest (COI) training is the "Conflict of Interest Training." For guidance on COI training, click here [PDF].
Responsible Conduct of Research (RCR) - The course that Ohio University requires for Responsible Conduct of Research training is the Responsible Conduct of Research training course, which is based on your area of study. For guidance on RCR training, click here [PDF].
To schedule classroom or departmental training, contact firstname.lastname@example.org