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Training and Education Presentations

Effective January 1, 2008, the Office of Research is requiring that FSU faculty, staff, and students (graduate or undergraduate) complete the Protection of Research Subjects/Human Subjects training course on the FSU website, and secure certification before protocols for research will be approved and accepted by the IRB. For those researchers with ongoing human subjects research protocols, training must be completed prior to the annual re-approval (renewal) of the protocol. The FSU IRB will accept the NIH human subject training or CITI training taken at another institution in lieu of the FSU human subjects training course if completed within the last 3 years prior to submission date. Evidence of having completed the CITI training or NIH training must be provided to the IRB with the protocol submission. Note: NIH requires all NIH funded researchers to complete the NIH human subjects training course to be compliant with NIH requirements.

The FSU IRB reserve the right to require than an investigator complete any or all of the training modules before approving a protocol. All investigators named on an FSU IRB application (and "Research Staff") who are engaged in research must be compliant with the above requirements for training in the protection of research subjects.

Human Subjects Committee Protecting Human Research Subjects Training Module
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These powerpoint presentations are in a read only format. When prompted for a password select Read Only to open.

Guidance on HIPAA Privacy and Research