Education and Training

Regulatory Parameters Document 
This document shows the regulatory requirements (including training) for each role in the study. Use this to understand what training you need to complete.'

WebDCU User Account & Regulatory/Essential Document Process Guide (coming soon)
This is a guide to accessing WebDCU and the submission and approval process for regulatory and/or essential documents for study team members.  


Training

 

Protocol (NEW 3-18-20)

The Protocol training consists of the following THREE requirements:

1. Review the Protocol

2. Watch the Protocol Introduction and Rationale, Protocol Review AND ICECAP Game videos.

Protocol Introduction and Rationale - Will Meurer

Slides

 

Protocol Review - Robert Silbergleit and Will Meurer

Slides

 

ICECAP Game - ICECAP Leadership

 

3. Complete the Attestation

NOTE: Upon completion of all three requirements save the attestation and send it to your Study Coordinator to upload to WebDCU. There is no expiration for this certification.

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WebDCU

 

SIREN WebDCU User Manual v.4

 

Data Training (New 5-7-20)

NOTE: Click on the arrows for full screen mode. 

Complete the Training Certificate after the video is viewed and upload it to WebDCU.

WebDCU Data Training Certificate

 

Regulatory Document Management Training 

NOTE: Click on the arrows for full screen mode. 

Complete the Training Certificate after the video is viewed and upload it to WebDCU.

WebDCU Regulatory Training Certificate

 

Optional Training: 

WebDCU General Overview (New 5-7-20)

 

DOA Log  Training - How to Update Your Site's DOA Log (New 5-7-20)

 

Regulatory Document Module Training Video (specific to only the regulatory document module in WebDCU) 

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Good Clinical Practice (GCP)

A free option for GCP training is available at the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID). Click here to access the NIAID training. 

NOTE: Effective January 1, 2017 – NIH expects all NIH-funded clinical investigators and clinical trial staff who are involved in the design, conduct, oversight, or management of clinical trials to be trained in Good Clinical Practice (GCP). Recipients of GCP training are expected to retain documentation of their training. GCP training should be refreshed at least every three years in order to stay up to date with regulations, standards, and guidelines. 

https://grants.nih.gov/policy/clinical-trials/good-clinical-training.htm

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Human Subjects Protection (HSP) 

Attention: You only need to complete the training module below if your institution does NOT provide HSP training.

Collaborative Institutional Training Initiative (CITI)

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