Review CITI Program’s new courses and webinars. Content is listed in order of release.


New Course: IACUC Administration

IACUC Administration includes a review of the animal care and use regulations and guidelines, IACUC functions, the IACUC administrator’s specific roles and responsibilities, and other program activities such as post-approval monitoring (PAM) and semiannual evaluations. It also provides training specifically designed for your IACUC administrators, including “Administrator Tips” with detailed and practical recommendations.

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New Module: Mobile Apps and Human Subjects Research

Mobile Apps and Human Subjects Research enhances your Human Subjects Research (HSR) offerings, at no additional charge. It discusses potential uses of mobile apps in research, differentiates mobile apps and medical mobile apps (MMAs), and identifies the U.S. federal regulations that are applicable to research involving mobile apps. The module also discusses IRB considerations for the review of mobile app-based research and reviews key issues of FDA regulations for MMAs in research.

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New Webinar Subscription Option: All Access Webinar Package

Provide your organization's learners with access to currently available and future webinar recordings.

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New Webinar: Preparing for Single IRB (sIRB) under the Common Rule

Presented by Dr. Nichelle Cobb, the Director of SMART IRB Operations and an Ambassador for SMART IRB, this webinar gives a detailed review of the sIRB requirement including a comparison of the Common Rule cooperative review requirement and NIH sIRB policy. Prepare yourself and organization for the 20 January 2020 Common Rule compliance date. Add this webinar to your organization’s Human Subjects Research (HSR) and IRB Administration content offerings.

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New Webinar: Ethics & Policy Issues in CRISPR Gene Editing

CRISPR is a gene editing tool that allows for the addition, removal, or alteration of DNA, including in human cells. It has the ability to greatly accelerate research and has potential uses in a variety of organisms from mosquitoes to human beings. Ethics & Policy Issues in CRISPR Gene Editing traces the international and U.S. policy and ethics responses to CRISPR technology use in humans, noting how those responses compare with past responses to related technologies.

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New Webinar: Research with Native American Communities: Important Considerations When Applying Federal Regulations

Research with Native American Communities: Important Considerations When Applying Federal Regulations addresses the unique challenges presented when conducting and reviewing research that includes American Indian and Alaska Native (AIAN) communities. It also provides essential tools to help facilitate the conduct of ethical research with AIAN communities.

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New Course: Hazard Communication

Hazard Communication enhances your Biosafety and Biosecurity (BSS) offerings, at no additional charge. Your learners will benefit from an overview of the Hazard Communication Standard, which gives personnel the “right-to-know” about chemicals used, stored, or handled in their workplaces.

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New Course: Laboratory Chemical Safety

Laboratory Chemical Safety discusses the requirements for working safely with hazardous chemicals, provides practical guidance on how to minimize occupational exposure to learners at your organization, and includes case studies and practical examples. It serves as an excellent complement to your organization’s Biosafety and Biosecurity (BSS) offerings.

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New Webinar: Revised Common Rule Webinar: Overview of Revisions

It has been more than six months since the revised Common Rule’s implementation date. Review and refresh on the key revisions to the Common Rule, including why updates were needed, the applicability of the 2018 Rule, which sections were changed, and how they impact the conduct and review of regulated research.

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New Webinar: FERPA: A Quick Review of the Law for Researchers and IRBs

FERPA: A Quick Review of the Law for Researchers and IRBs explores FERPA as it relates to and impacts research that uses student educational records. This webinar discusses strategies for researchers, Institutional Review Board (IRB) members and administrators, and educators to comply with FERPA. It also complements our FERPA course, which covers the law’s core requirements.

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