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School of Medicine Research Compliance Training Course Requirements
Please note that the below requirements are for Research Compliance Training courses only.
For information regarding HIPAA Compliance Training courses, please visit the Johns Hopkins HIPAA Intranet website.
|Research Compliance Training Course||Who Is Required to Complete||Deadlines for Completion||Additional|
|Basic Human Subjects Research (CITI)||Faculty, fellows, staff, and students participating in human subjects research.||Training must be completed before participating in human subjects research.||Office of Human Subjects Research|
|Conflict of Interest and Commitment Training||All faculty, fellows, staff, and students.||Training must be completed before participating in research.||Please visit the MyLearning website.|
Office of Policy Coordination
|Responsible Conduct of Research (RCR)|
CITI online course
RI Lecture Series
|All faculty and|
(excluding house staff)
involved in research
|Training must be|
completed every four
|REWards-Research Ethics Workshops||Faculty and fellows who participate in clinical research. Register here|
Completion of REWards. fulfills Kirschstein-NRSA responsible conduct of research training requirements
|PIs, Faculty and Fellows who participate in clinical research and must complete the C.O.R.E. training or its equivalent. Fellows who participate in clinical research must complete the new C.O.R.E. training or its equivalent before completing his/her fellowship.||Please visit the Office of Continuing Medical Education's website.|
Mark T. Hughes, M.D.
C.O.R.E. Course Director
|Animal Care and Use||Faculty, fellows, staff, and students participating in research involving animals.||Training must be completed before participating in research involving animals.||Nancy Ator|
Director, Office of the JHU Animal Care and Use Committee
|Effort Reporting||Faculty and staff who certify effort.||Training must be completed prior to submitting sponsored projects proposals and/or certifying effort.||Please visit the MyLearning website or|
contact Effort Help Desk
|Guidelines for Export Controls|
Full course description
|Training is highly recommended for faculty who employ foreign students and/or staff, collaborate with foreign entities, and/or perform research in foreign locations.||The Institution may require certain investigators to complete export controls training at a later date.||Michael J. Alexander|
University Research Projects Administration
|HIPAA and Research |
(updated course; prior course was Privacy Issues Relating to Research)
|Faculty, fellows, staff, and students participating in human subjects research involving Protected Health Information (PHI). Course is not required if the Privacy Issues Relating to Research Course has been completed.||Training must be completed before participating in human subjects research involving PHI. (Note: JH workforce members involved in human subjects research are also required to complete "Privacy for Healthcare Providers" or "Privacy Refresher Course for Health Care Providers", as directed through the JH HIPAA Internet site.||For course content|
questions, please contact Jennifer Kulynych, Counsel for Human Subjects Research firstname.lastname@example.org
For questions about the JH Interactive training system, send email to email@example.com
For questions relating to Privacy courses please contact JH HIPAA office 410-735-6509