Training

Human Subject Protection Training and HIPAA Training must be renewed every three years.  Human Subject Protection Training may be completed through Collaborative IRB Training Initiative (CITI) or through the Clinical Research Training Course (NIH).

HIPAA training is available through the Collaborative IRB Training Initiative (CITI)

  • If you already have a CITI account, you do not need to register again.
  • If you do not have a CITI account, you will need to register and create your own username and password. Please select Georgetown University as your institution. You can print out a certificate upon completion for your own records. CITI automatically keeps track of Georgetown University participants and profiles us with completion data.

 

Research Type Specific Training Requirements

For more information regarding Human Subject Protection Training click here.
For more information regarding HIPAA Training click here.

Research Type

Courses Requirements

Biomedical

Human Subjects Protection Training
(through CITI or NIH):

  • Group 1. Biomedical research investigators and key personnel (CITI)

OR

  • Clinical Research Training (NIH)
     

HIPAA

  • Group 4. HIPAA and Human subjects

     

Social & Behavioral

Human Subjects Protection Training
(through CITI):

  • Group 2. Social and behavioral research investigators and key personnel (CITI)
     
Oncology 

Human Subjects Protection Training
(though CITI or NIH)

  • Group 1. Biomedical research investigators and key personnel (CITI)

OR

  • Clinical Research Training (NIH)
     

HIPAA

  • Group 4. HIPAA and Human subjects

 

 

FCOI Training for PHS Investigators

Investigators who receive PHS funding (NIH, FDA, etc.) or cooperative group funding must also undergo conflict of interest (COI) training before engaging in the funded research.  For more information, click here.

Note: Human Subject Protection Training and HIPAA and Human Subjects Training are two separate courses.  Both must be renewed every three years.