Related Training Resources
Berkeley Extension's Biological & Physical Sciences Professional Development
program offers courses in areas such as clinical trials, data management
and drug development. More information and a detailed curriculum are available
at the Berkeley Extension Spring 2003 catalog website.
NIH Office of Human Subjects Research
The NIH Office of Human Subjects Research has implemented a computer based
training module for protection of human subjects.
UCSF Human Subjects Protection Training
All UCSF Key Personnel conducting human research are required to complete the online CITI Human Subjects Protection Training course. The CITI course replaces the prior UCSF course and is valid for the CHR and Contracts and Grants. Review the CHR’s Frequently Asked Questions About CITI Training for information on how to access and register for this training
UCI Office of Research and Graduate Studies
UCI has implemented a computer based training module for protection of
human subjects. Access to the training module is available at the following
Certificate program in Clinical Trials Design and Management. Designed
to help professionals gain a solid understanding of the entire clinical
trials process. Courses are held in locations in the Silicon Valley. More
information and a detailed curriculum are available at the UCSC Extension
of Epidemiology and Biostatistics
The Department of Epidemiology and Biostatistics offers postgraduate courses
in clinical research through the Training in Clinical Research (TICR)
program. Please see below current special courses available to all UCSF
fellows and faculty.
UCSF Financial Services Training Department
The UCSF Financial Services Training Department offers a variety of courses
regarding financial and billing systems utilized by UCSF Medical Center.
The Department now offers a class called Research Billing that is important
for all involved in ordering or billing Medical Center services for research
subjects. A description of this course and a schedule are available here. Contact Kristin
Kirby at 502-3808 if you need more information or would like to register
for any of these classes.
and Academic Success Skills (PASS)
Professional and Academic Success Skills (PASS) A series of intensive
workshops designed to enhance the professional development of UCSF graduate
and professional students, postdoctoral and clinical fellows, residents
and junior faculty. Sessions include: Being a successful graduate student
or postdoc, Successful Fellowship and Grant Writing, Creating Your Research
Program and Intellectual Property, Research with Human or Animal Subjects,
Writing and Publishing Research Articles, Effective and Dynamic Oral Presentations
for Scientists, Managing Success: Management Skills for Scientists.
UCSF Safe Shipment
of Biohazards Training
Title 49 of the federal regulations requires that all personnel packaging
and shipping biological specimens receive training and certification in
these activities. UCSF Employee Health and Safety offers free training
and certification for UCSF employees which complies with this requirement.
UCSF School of Nursing
Department of Community Health Systems Specialty in Clinical Research
Masters students in the School of Nursing can specialize in clinical research
management. Those with questions regarding the program may contact the
specialty coordinator, Mary White, Ph.D., at 476-5213. UCSF staff and
faculty interested in auditing lectures in the two core courses of the
specialty, Clinical Research Management 1 and 2, may do so. The next course
will be offered in the Winter of 2004.
UHC CRIS Good Clinical Practice - The Investigator
As a participating institution in the UHC CRIS program, all UCSF employees
are entitled to access to web based self-instructional software for GCP
training. A password must be requested from UHC by going to the UHC web
site listed below, clicking on "For Members Only", then "Request Password".
Complete the form provided and enter "CRIS" as the reason for requesting
the password. You will receive a confirming e-mail when your password
is available (within one business day). To utilize the software, go to
the UHC website, click "on "For Members Only". Enter your user name and
password, click on "Technology Assessment", then "UHC CRIS Good Clinical
Practice - The Investigator".
of Minnesota Consent Form Tutorial
A web based tutorial reviewing the requirements for informed consent,
the consent process, and writing an informed consent form.