The Office for Human Subject Protection’s Division of Research Education and Training oversees Human Subject Protection (HSP) training requirements and provides educational opportunities and resources to support study teams. Explore OHSP’s training-related resources below to learn more.
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A framework of asynchronous, online training courses are available for faculty, staff and student researchers to support onboarding, training, and professional development. Users can self-enroll for the training in Blackboard.
OHSP hosts monthly forums on a variety of research topics and updates throughout the academic year—giving you critical information you need to do your job effectively and improve the quality of your research. Sessions are routinely recorded and made available through Blackboard to support you and your study team’s training needs.
OHSP can provide customized training sessions for your study team on a variety of topics, such as IRB review processes, documentation best practices, and more. To learn more or request a session, contact Kelly Unsworth at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our office will reimburse certain fees for University researchers who pursue professional research certifications.
If you’re new to human subject research or new to the University, these key resources will help you get started:
The OHSP newsletter offers important updates, training opportunities, and more ways to forward your research expertise.