Changes to Clinical Research Training

You may have received a letter from Dr. Jeffrey Lennox, summarizing changes to the required training for researchers working on clinical trials. That training is now partially conducted via CITI, the same site that provides our IRB-required ethics training. However, until further notice, the IRB will still require your proof of completion to be uploaded in eIRB for new submissions, or upon request for staff added after initial approval. This is because the IRB often may not know which training/system to check for each individual, which is based on their role, their prior experience, and their training history (i.e. ELMS vs. CITI, or investigator vs. coordinator course). The Office for Clinical Research is the final arbiter. Questions about the changes to training requirements for clinical research should be directed to

From the Office of Clinical Research

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