Upcoming Training Sessions

Reportable Events: JHM policy and regulatory reporting

The Compliance Monitoring Program is offering an education seminar on May 8, 2024. This virtual seminar, "Reportable Events: JHM policy and regulatory reporting,” can be accessed in MyLearning at: The JHM OHSR Compliance Monitoring Program Educational Seminar Series. The sessions are open to all research staff and will count towards the in-person requirements for Investigator HSR recertification. Please contact Suzanna Roettger ([email protected]) with any questions. 

eIRB 101

eIRB101 is a 1 hour in-person beginners course designed to introduce new researchers to the IRB website and the JHM electronic Institutional Review Board (eIRB) System.  Topics covered include

  • IRB Compliance Training Requirements
  • Turn-around Time and Workflow Process
  • Who's Who in the IRB
  • Accounts and Websites
  • Application Workspace
  • Application Screens (i.e., Study Protocol, Consent Form)
  • Finalizing Application and Adding Study Team Members
  • Responding to IRB Issues
  • Creating a Further Study Action (intro)

Please register HERE

Session dates/times: Classes are held the 3rd Friday of each month (10:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m.)

Training Sessions: Good Clinical Practice (GCP) Fundamentals: Understanding and Applying GCP to Human Subjects Research (JHM IRB)

Good Clinical Practice or ‘GCP’ training for investigators and study-team members is increasing becoming required by institutions, sponsors, and the NIH.  This 90 minute course will explain the elements of the International Conference for Harmonization’s (ICH) principles and specific guidelines for Good Clinical Practice.  Attendees will be introduced to the GCP Principles, and will explore investigator responsibilities in human subject research, focusing on the areas of trial conduct (experience, resources, and physician duties); performance (communication with the IRB, protocol compliance, and investigational product management); ethical research (safety oversight and informed consent); and recording/reporting (data acquisition, progress summaries, and safety-event reporting).

Please register via this link: http://lms14.learnshare.com/l.aspx?CID=89&A=2&T=339728

Session dates/times: 

Classes are held the 4th Friday of each month (10:00 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.)