Training & Education
Health Sciences IRBs Training Opportunities
Upcoming IRB Presentations
Health Sciences IRBs: Common Rule and IRB Submission Overview
The Common Rule and IRB Submission Overview presentation (formally IRB for Beginners) provides an overview of the regulatory requirements for conducting human subject research at the UW and the IRB submission process for projects requiring review by the Health Sciences IRB. The goal of the presentation is to provide research personnel with the basics for how to successfully submit an IRB application.
The next presentation is scheduled for Wednesday, October 9th from 1-2 PM in room 1309 of the Health Sciences Learning Center. You can register through the OTM Catalog available here. If you have any questions or issues registering for this presentation please contact Jackie Lee at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For additional research training opportunities please check out the Human Research Protection Program's training website.
Online Training for UW-Madison Researchers
The UW-Madison Human Research Protection Program (HRPP) requires certain training for personnel engaged in human subjects research. All engaged personnel are required to take Human Subjects Protections training and depending on the type of research being conducted, Good Clinical Practice and HIPAA Training may also be required. For assistance with determining which trainings are required for your research, please visit the HRPP Training page.
The HRPP link above also contains information about additional training opportunities (both online and in-person) available to UW personnel.
Independent IRB Training Information
- The Reliance Team recommends training for all new independent IRB users. Information about training sessions and how to contact the Reliance Team can be found here.
New to Research?
- Information for New Investigators
- HRPP Training and Education
- Summary of Investigator Responsibilities
- Principal Investigator Status for UW–Madison Studies Involving Human Participants
- Outside Activities Reports/Conflict of Interest Committee
- To arrange a free consultation with an IRB staff reviewer, please complete the Consultation & Group Presentation Request. Although not part of the official review and pre-review process, consultations are a convenient way to obtain expert assistance and advice regarding the IRB submission and review. Researchers new to the IRB submission process may particularly benefit from the consultations service.
- Institute for Clinical and Translational Research (ICTR) Education and Training Programs