Human Subjects & GCP Training
All faculty, students, staff, residents, fellows, post-docs and affiliated study team members who are engaged in human subjects research are required to be appropriately trained in the protection of human subjects. If you are involved in a clinical trial, Good Clinical Practice (GCP) training is also required. Both certifications are available through the Collaborative Institutional Training Initiative (CITI) online training.
As of 6/30/19, CITI human subjects and GCP training will no longer be offered by FSU College of Medicine. These courses will now be offered through Florida State University.
New CITI Users: CITI Registration Instructions
Current CITI Users:
BEFORE June 30, 2019, transfer your completed Florida State University College of Medicine course modules to Florida State University: CITI New Affiliation Instructions
Tips to keep in mind:
- Since the FSU and FSU CoM course module sets are not exactly the same, there will be a few modules to complete in order for your FSU account to be current. It is highly recommended that you complete these additional modules.
- Your CoM-affiliated training should still be valid with the IRB until the date of expiration.
- Print your completion reports (not certificates) for records. Your CoM completion reports will no longer be accessible after June 30th.
- If you completed a CITI refresher course for basic human subjects training, your modules may not automatically transfer to FSU. For assistance, please contact one of individuals listed below.