CITI is a web-based research education program. CITI training is approved by the ORI as a training option when submitting an application to the IRB, IACUC or IBC committee. To enroll in the training, please click the link below and follow the instructions under the committee that is applicable to your research submission.
Responsible Conduct of Research Training
Both online and in-person educational opportunities are offered. NIH does not accept online training alone. In order to meet NIH policy requirements, a combination of both the in-person and the online training option will need to be completed. For NSF funded studies, the online CITI training is acceptable. All members of the study team must complete their first round of training within a year of the awarded grant and/or before work begins. Training is valid for three years.
To view all Responsible Conduct of Research training resources, click here
Human Subjects Training Workshops
The UNCG Office of Research Integrity offers a two hour session in human research protection once a semester, covering all required categories to meet the requirements of our assurance with the Office of Research Protections (OHRP). Topics of this session also are part of the RCR curriculum on the campus. These workshops cover areas such as confidentiality, informed consent, recruitment, and the history of human research protection.
Fall 2019 Human Subjects Research Training
**NOTE: Registration for in-person training is required due to limited seating. Participants can register at: https://workshops.uncg.edu/ – search under “Office of Research Workshops”.
- Date: Tuesday, September 24, 2019
- Time: 9am-11am
- Location: MHRA 2711
PLEASE NOTE: The Office of Research Integrity will also be happy to provide specifically-tailored sessions to a department or class by request. These requests can be made to email@example.com or by contacting Melissa Beck at firstname.lastname@example.org. Certificates of completion are not offered for class presentations.