The Education and Training Unit within UCLA’s Office of the Human Research Protection Program provides training in the critical area of the protection of human research participants through various venues and via various methods. Below is a brief description of the specific programs with links to more detailed information.
- Collaborative Institutional Training (CITI): A web-based training program in human research subject protection.
- HIPAA Training: A web-based training program required for research which uses, creates, or discloses Protected Health Information (PHI).
- OHRPP Learn At Lunch and Noontime Education Series: Hour-long training sessions for UCLA research staff and faculty.
- Training Upon Request: Customized training to suit the needs of faculty, staff and students.
- webIRB Education Program: Basic and Advanced didactic training for webIRB users.
- OHRPP Consults: IRB consulting services to UCLA investigators and research staff preparing IRB submissions.
In general, the training requirements depend on an individual’s role in HRPP. For more detailed information about OHRPP’s Education & Training program, please see the OHRPP Education & Training Guidance & Procedure.
Of course, University institutes, departments and units offer training, courses and modules related to protecting human subjects in research. See also the UCLA Clinical and Translational Science Institute's Education webpage for listings of educational opportunities.
For webIRB training requests and assistance, please send an e-mail inquiry to: webIRBHelp@research.ucla.edu
For general IRB education, requests and assistance, please send an e-mail inquiry to: OHRPPEQI@research.ucla.edu
Page Last Updated: July 10, 2017