The information provided on this Training page applies to all sites and to all key personnel engaged in DMID-supported clinical research.
Please note that only authorized users may access the full list of DMID-CROMS training courses. To do this, authorized users must first sign-in on the DMID-CROMS WebLibrary Welcome page and then click the Training icon. This displays the Training page with the Enter the Training and Learning Management System (LMS) button. Click this button to access the DMID-CROMS self-guided training courses
NIH/NIAID Course requirements:
All investigators and site staff responsible for the conduct, management and oversight of NIH-funded clinical trials are required to complete training in the protection of human research participants and Good Clinical Practice (GCP).
Training may be completed through a class or course, academic training program, or certification from a recognized clinical research professional organization. GCP refresher training should be completed at least every three years in order for applicable site staff to remain current with regulations, standards and guidelines.
The NIAID GCP and NIH Protecting Human Research Participants training may be accessed via the links provided, below, or per site institutional requirements. Please retain the certificate of completion at the end of the training course.
The NIH Protecting Human Research Participants course will no longer be available after September 26, 2018. Please complete the course and/or print your certificate by this date. As of September 27, 2018, please refer to your institution, professional organization, or other training program for equivalent training, and retain certificates of courses completed.
|Good Clinical Practice
This course is offered by NIAID and covers the scientific and ethical standards of human subject research, including NIH, FDA, HHS, and international clinical trial policies, guidelines, and regulations. For detailed information, please refer to the NIH Policy on Good Clinical Practice Training for NIH Awardees Involved in NIH-funded Clinical Trials.
|Protecting Human Research Participants
This course is offered by the NIH Office of Extramural Research. Your institution/IRB/IEC equivalent training is also acceptable.