Training on the Protection
of Human Research Participants


Instruction on the historical background, principles, and regulations that govern the protection of human research participants is important for understanding IRB activities and meeting ethical standards in the conduct of research that involves human participants.

Online training in this domain, including certification that training has been completed successfully, may be obtained at the following web site

Training time averages 1-2 hours. It is self-paced and may be interrupted and resumed.  There is no charge.

See also the attached slide show from the workshop, Nuts and Bolts of CGU IRB Procedures (updated Oct.2013)

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