CITI Training Overview
Consistent with Federal Research Guidelines, GCU requires all researchers to successfully obtain research ethics certification prior to initiating their IRB application for approval to conduct human research. Students, faculty, and staff will receive five-year research ethics certification upon successful completion of pre-defined courses hosted by the Collaborative Institutional Training Initiative (CITI). Researchers must submit completion reports for the Basic Research Course and the Responsible Conduct of Research Course as part of the IRB application in iMedRIS.
Instructions specific for faculty and doctoral learners are attached at the links below.
For more information on logging into CITI, accessing the required training modules, or any other support questions, click here.