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Required Training for IRB-02

One of the Following

OR

  • CITI (please review the Issues below before completing) 

    • Location: Complete this via http://my.UFL.edu
      • Instructions: How to navigate myUFL to the IRB Training
      • ISSUES:
        • You must follow the instructions above when completing the training.
          • Select “Group 1: IRB-01 Mandatory Training” on the Human Subjects Research page when registering.
          • Note that the Responsible Conduct of Research (RCR) course does NOT fulfill the IRB training requirement.
        • You must access CITI via myUFL for training results to be transmitted to UF.
        • In order to access the CITI website, you must use one of the following browsers: Current version of Chrome, Firefox or Safari or Internet Explorer (IE) version 8.0 or later. IE 7.0 or earlier versions will not work. Additional information may be found at https://www.citiprogram.org/index.cfm?pageID=418&id=73
        • IRB course content which must be completed includes:
          • History/Ethical Principles
          • Basic IRB Regulations
          • Informed Consent

    *CITI and NIH courses taken as a new user will have the expiration date extended out by 30 years for UF/Shands faculty and staff.

    *VA researchers need to complete CITI training more frequently to comply with VA requirements. Contact the VA Research Service for more information about this and other VA training requirements: (352) 376-1611 extension 4204.

Do you need assistance?

  • HELP with updating training in myIRB, please contact our myIRB Technical Assistance at myirbtech-l@lists.ufl.edu.
  • HELP with myTraining, please contact the UF Computing Help Desk at (352)392-4357 or helpdesk@ufl.edu

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