The Collaborative Institutional Training Initiative (CITI Program) is dedicated to serving the training needs of colleges and universities, healthcare institutions, technology and research organizations, and governmental agencies, as they foster integrity and professional advancement of their learners.
Provides learners with key information on the management of controlled substances in clinical research settings.
Helps develop leadership skills to meet today’s changing, diverse, and dynamic environments.
Strategies for implementing compliance with GDP, as well as standards and procedures for accurately completing Records required for current cGMP.
Describes regulatory requirements for a CAPA system in the biotech industry.
This webinar discusses practical and strategic approaches to interacting with FDA during medical device development.
Foundational course that orients and prepares learners to engage with the scholarly publication process in an informed way.
Discusses steps that investigators and clinical sites can take to understand and respond to an FDA Form 483.
Covers a systems approach to grant management and provides strategies for managing your team and your grant.
Covers key concepts in scholarly publishing and provides an overview of the publication process for both traditional and hybrid...
Covers the best practices of data management and security for graduate student researchers.
An in-depth review of the development and execution of protocols.
Explores the concept of race in clinical research and important ethical and regulatory questions.
Discusses ways to improve diversity and equity among clinical trial participants.
Reviews DoD requirements and limitations for research.
Describes CRISPR genome editing, including its applications and ethical questions.
An overview of connected and automated vehicles (CAVs) and the associated privacy and ethical challenges.
Explore key ethical, export, security, intellectual property, and transparency requirements related to international engagement.
Provides learners with a foundational understanding of infection prevention techniques.
Meets the requirements of a general laser safety training program for research and medical institutions.
Hazard awareness, communication, and safe practices for non-lab personnel working in and around laboratory facilities.
Discusses the FDA’s approach to inspecting GMP facilities and the ways that facilities can prepare for inspections.
Explores recent FDA enforcement of FDAAA 801 and noncompliance pitfalls to avoid.
Discusses the importance of CRA soft skills in building productive relationships with sites and sponsors.
Discusses ways that sponsors, sites, and clinical research organizations can transform the clinical trial experience.
A review of allowability of expenditures on federally supported projects.
Explores different types of observational research and provides best practices for IRB review.
Provides an overall approach to and best practices for partnering with technology companies to design and conduct research.
CTrials helps grow sponsored research programs by taking on the many administrative challenges inherent in managing clinical trials.
Protocol Builder is an online protocol writing and collaboration platform that also speed up your pre-review turnaround times.
N2 is a not-for-profit alliance of Canadian research networks and organizations working to enhance national clinical research capability and capacity.
BIC Study Foundation is a resource for those who want to take CITI Program courses in Korean. They are a certified training provider by the Korean FDA/MAFRA for HRPP and ACU Programs.
Highlighted below are just a few select subscribers & collaborators.
New Course – Controlled Substances in Clinical Research Settings
This in-depth course provides learners with an overview of the U.S. federal and select state laws and regulations that govern the use of controlled substances in clinical research, including the requirements for their acquisition, usage, storage, final disposition, and recordkeeping.Read the article
What CITI Program is Reading – June 21, 2022
“What CITI Program is Reading” is our weekly blog series which highlights news articles curated by our staff and relevant to research, higher education, healthcare,...Read the article
Free Live Webinar – Addressing and Understanding Mental Health Challenges for Faculty and Staff
Understanding mental health concerns in academia, the role faculty play in it, and how institutions can integrate support into the foundation of COVID-19 recovery efforts can be integral to ensuring faculty and staff feel supported.Read the article