Review the vaccine candidates for COVID-19. Describe the process of vaccine development through approval. Discuss the policy decision making process for COVID-19 vaccination. Address some of the most common concerns regarding COVID-19 vaccines.
Facilitate or conduct human subjects research
This web-based course is offered through the Collaborative Institutional Training Initiative (CITI Program). This course covers requirements of the federal Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) and the responsibilities of researchers and organizations for meeting HIPAA’s privacy requirements and the appropriate data security protections that are necessary to protect privacy. The Research HIPAA Refresher […]
Course describe the fundamentals of contact tracing and its public health role in preventing the spread of infectious diseases. Additional topics presented include: a) the clinical course of COVID-19 infection, b) COVID-19 transmission and methods to prevent spread, c) the three types of COVID-19 testing, d) COVID-19 treatment options and e) contact tracing steps.
Course clarifies what is considered “research” and provides information regarding vaccines and the efforts made to create a COVID-19 vaccine. The course also reviews the role, rights, and responsibilities of participants/subjects in a research study and considers reasons why to participate, or not, in research studies. It also provides guidance on how to identify/join a […]
This course provides a foundation in human subjects research and research review for IRB Community members, including a review of the principle that guide ethical research, informed consent, research regulations as well as regulations specific to vulnerable research populations. HIPAA privacy protections and conflicts of interest in human subjects research are also covered.
Mandatory course for Principal Investigators and Key Personnel who have previously completed a human subjects training course and will continue conducting human subjects research.