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Clinical Research Education and Training

Many WUSTL entities provide educational programs related to clinical research. Below is a list of existing resources along with links to additional i​nformation for each program and/or area.

If you would like to request for a resource to be added to this list, please email your suggestion to rei@wusm.wustl.edu

Program Description Target Audience

Billing Matrix Training​​​
Billing Matrix system houses information on clinical trials and the participants that are enrolled in them to help WUSTL bill correctly for clinical items and services provided in the context of a clinical research project. Individuals must complete an online training session to obtain access to the Billing Matrix. Take the training now, or visit the Billing Matrix FAQ page for more information.

Administrators

R​esearch Coordinator Brown Bag Sessions​ (formerly Research Career Development Program)
The Research Coordinator Brown Bag Sessions are designed to offer training and continuing education opportunities for clinical and behavioral research professionals. These are monthly sessions which offer a series of modules and individual sections based on research related topics. Search the Research Education Calendar for information on upcoming events.

Administrators

Clinical Research Coordinators


CITI Human Subjects Training Online Modules

The CITI modules are designed around the type of research being conducted (biomedical or social-behavioral) and the research setting. These modules will meet the requirements of the Human Research Education Policy​. This policy defines educational requirements for anyone undertaking human research at Washington University. To access this training, log into the Research Gateway and click on the "Human Subjects Education" link in the Education and Featured Programs box.

Researchers— 
determined by research interests


ACRP Good Clinical Practice (GCP) Certification

The Good Clinical Practice Certification is designed to give the researcher a basic understanding of the regulations and requirements for research using investigational (not approved by FDA) drugs or devices. This Certification is valid for three years, and can be earned by successfully completing a Test-Out Challenge or by taking an online course. Use the following links to log into Learn@Work and locate either the Good Clinical Practice for CRCs or Good Clinical Practice for PIs​ course.

Clinical Research Coordinators

Researchers


Human Research Protection Office Educational Programs

HRPO offers many programs related to human subjects research, such as New Submitter's Orientation, the HRPO Ethics Series, and Question and Answer Sessions on various human research topics. Visit the HRPO Education website for more information.

Administrators

Clinical Research Coordinators

Researchers


ICTS— Clinical Research Training Center

The Clinical Research Training Center (CRTC) provides a cohesive and ​supportive infrastructure to foster clinical research training and career development for predoctoral students, house-staff, postdoctoral fellows, and faculty. Visit the ICTS CRCT website for more information.

Clinical Research Coordinators

Researchers


Necessary Elements in the Fundamentals of Human Subjects Research

Three-day introductory course to the conduct of human subjects research at WUSTL which delivers an overview of research ethics and the research process from study origination through project close-out. Visit the Necessary Elements webpage for more information.

Administrators

Clinical Research Coordinators

Researchers

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