CITI Program offers webinars that reflect current topics important to our subscribing organizations and independent learners. These topics come from the range of CITI Program’s catalog of courses and are presented by experts.
Language Availability: English
Suggested Audiences: Faculty, Higher Education Administrators, International Students, International Student Supervisors, Institutional Review Board (IRB) members, Bioethicists, IRB/HRPP Administrators and Staff, Clinical Researchers, Compliance Professionals, Privacy Officers, Research Administrators, Billing/Coding Staff, Clinical Research Coordinators, Department Administrators, Researchers, Research Team Members, Institutional/Signatory Officials, IRB Chairs, Principal Investigators, Registration Staff, Sponsors, Students
All Access Webinar Package (Organizations Only)
Ethics & Policy Issues in CRISPR Gene Editing
COVID-19: Ethical Care and Workforce Concerns
Race in Clinical Research: Ethics and IRB Decision Making
Informed Consent and Clinical Investigations: A Focus on the Process
Remote Informed Consent: The Same, but Different, but Still the Same
Informed Consent and Research with Wearable Tech
Understanding Decentralized Clinical Trials (DCTs) and Virtual Study Visits
The Challenge of Medicare Advantage Plans and Local Coverage Determinations
Export Compliance: An Overview for Staff, Students, and Faculty
Managing Conflict with Your Dissertation Chair
International Students in U.S. Higher Ed
Title IX and the New Regulations
Accreditation 101 for New and Adjunct Faculty
Getting Started in Grant Writing: An Introduction
Principles and Practices for Managing Undue Foreign Influence
Blockchain and Higher Education
Research with Native American Communities
Preparing for Single IRB (sIRB) under the Common Rule
Running a Virtual IRB Meeting
Nuts & Bolts of Running a Virtual IRB Meeting
Medical Marijuana: A Budding Field of Research
Understanding Consent Requirements and “Key Information”
Promoting Equity and Diversity in Clinical Research
Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Human Subject Protections
Social Media and Research Recruiting
COVID-19 and Human Research Protection Programs
Working with Your IRB
IRB Administrator Professional Development and Self-Advocacy
GDPR & Human Subject Research in the U.S.
GDPR: Top Noncompliance Risks and Mitigation Strategies
FERPA: A Quick Review of the Law for Researchers and IRBs
FERPA and Online Learning in the Time of COVID-19
ClinicalTrials.gov & Building A Compliance Program
Importance of Peer Review and Data Validation in Research
Transitioning Research to the Revised Common Rule: The What, How, and Why
Revised Common Rule: Overview of Revisions
Revised Common Rule: Revisions to Definitions
Revised Common Rule: Revisions to Informed Consent
Successfully Developing and Deploying Digital Clinical Measures
Are webinars available as part of an organizational subscription?
No, webinars are not part of an organizational subscription. However, organizations can subscribe to our All Access Webinar Package which includes all of CITI Program’s currently available webinar recordings as well as future recordings released during a subscription period*. Organizations can also subscribe to individual webinars. Learn more about our All Access Webinar Package.
*This product includes most CITI Program generated webinars. Some webinars offered through special / partner programs may not be offered as part of this package.
Can I download the slides?
Yes, after you purchase the webinar recording, you will have access to the webinar’s contents including to the handout of the slides that can be used to follow along or take notes as you watch the recording.
I registered for a webinar, but was not able to attend. Can I access the recording for free?
If you were not able to attend the webinar, you may purchase the recording as an independent learner. Each individual webinar will have a "Buy Now" link on its catalog page.
How do I find out about future, live webinars?
CITI Program will send notification of upcoming webinar registrations to organizational administrators, previous webinar attendees, and all learners who have completed a related course in the previous year. If you would like to receive registration notifications, please contact us to be added to the webinar mailing list.