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.
Foundational course covering the essential components of medical monitoring.
Discusses how clinical trial staff diversity and cultural humility can yield diverse subject recruitment and improved study outcomes.
This webinar examines the new ISO 14155 medical device standard while exploring its implications for sponsors and investigators.
Introduces regulations and their application as they relate to subrecipient monitoring.
An in-depth review of the historical impact of Title IX and how to navigate modern challenges within higher education to ensure compliance.
Provides essential training to students and teachers who participate in science fairs.
Provides strategies and information pertinent to disaster response and research reactivation.
These guides provide resources and guidance for developing and facilitating in-person or virtual RCR training sessions.
Provides learners with key information on the management of controlled substances in clinical research settings.
Learn how to communicate research results to the public and policymakers using different models and strategies.
Explores various types of noncompliance and their impact.
Presents remote consent considerations and scenarios.
Reviews best practices and challenges for navigating collaborative research partnerships in a global environment.
Discusses strategies to address researcher noncompliance with IRB-approved protocols.
Covers the use of facial recognition systems in research and healthcare.
This course provides learners with a review of contemporary bioethics issues.
Learn about QA/QI programs, how to conduct an internal audit, and strategies for using the findings.
An in-depth review of the Clery Act and how higher education institutions can comply with applicable regulations.
Hazard awareness, communication, and safe practices for non-lab personnel working in and around laboratory facilities.
Provides an overview of the U.S. DOE’s interim policy on conflicts of interest.
Understand factors that may determine participant payment decisions.
Provides best practices for instructors on how to navigate the current challenges of online and hybrid learning while actively engaging with learners throughout the entire educational process.
Foundational course that orients and prepares learners to engage with the scholarly publication process in an informed way.
Learn to differentiate between QI activities and the types of activities that constitute regulated research involving human subjects.
Introduces core concepts of supervision and the supervisory process.
Provides research administrators with tips related to working with faculty and research teams.
An in-depth review of the development and execution of protocols.
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.
Tech Software a leading provider of SaaS compliance solutions for higher-education, academic medical centers, hospitals, government and biotech companies.
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 – Medical Monitoring for Drugs and Biologics
This course prepares medically trained individuals to become new medical monitors and enhances the knowledge of current medical monitors.Read the article
What CITI Program is Reading – November 29th, 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
Register for the NIH Behavioral and Social Sciences Research Festival
The NIH Office of Behavioral and Social Sciences Research (OBSSR) will host its annual NIH Behavioral and Social Sciences Research (BSSR) Festival on December 8-9....Read the article