Salus IRB requires that investigators and key research team members be adequately trained to meet the requirements of the federal regulations and expectations of the board. Investigators and their research team must have a working knowledge of Good Clinical Practices (GCPs) in conducting clinical trials in human research participants.
Salus IRB provides access to training resources to ensure that investigators are prepared to fulfill their responsibilities. Such education and training may include web-based tutorials and/or verification that appropriate training was obtained prior to initiation of research. Salus may also consider previous research experience, as evidenced by the investigator’s CV, in lieu of training.
Salus IRB’s affiliation with the Collaborative Institutional Training Initiative (CITI) allows us to offer our investigators and research team web-based training modules covering GCPs at no cost to you.
Should you choose to utilize this method of training, please follow the steps below:
CITI will notify Salus upon your completion of the modules. CME/CEU credit documentation for this training is available through the CITI website.