CITI Training (Spring 2017)
Due: Sunday, February 5th, 2017, by 11:59PM UTC-12 (Anywhere on Earth).
In order to participate in human subjects research as you will do in the second half of this course, you must have completed the required training from the Institutional Review Board (IRB). We’ll talk about this in lesson 3.2, but you’ll need your certification not long after that, so we request that you complete it by the deadline given above.
To complete your required CITI training, visit Georgia Tech’s CITI training page. For detailed instructions, view their presentation on the subject, linked to from that page. When prompted, you should select the following options:
- Select “Group 2: Social/Behavioral Research Investigators and Key Personnel” when asked for your learner group.
- Select “N/A” when asked if you would like to take the Good Clinical Practice course.
- Select “N/A” when asked if you would like to take the Health Information Privacy and Security course.
Then, complete the course(s) in which you are now enrolled.
To complete this assignment, you should submit your completion certificate in PDF form. The assignment should be submitted to the corresponding assignment on T-Square in accordance with the Assignment Submission Instructions.
This is an individual assignment. Every student should submit an assignment individually.
Late work is not accepted without advanced agreement except in cases of medical or family emergencies. In the case of an emergency, please contact the Dean of Students.
This assignment is not graded explicitly; however, failure to complete this assignment will prevent you from receiving credit for participating in any of the Methods assignments or in the final project. Even if you submit these assignments, you will receive a 0 on them if you have not submitted your CITI training certificate.