Human Subjects Research, Conflict of Interest (COI), Good Clinical Practice (GCP) and other Institutional Compliance Training (HIPAA, Training on Safety of Children, Biosafety, etc.)
Please keep in mind that different Hopkins divisions have different CITI accounts; be sure that when you register with CITI, you select “Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health” as your “Institution”, and not the School of Medicine or Homewood.
JHSPH Learner Groups
Training Courses Required
All JHSPH faculty
All JHSPH investigators, study staff, and students who have not previously completed CITI human subjects research ethics training
CITI: JHSPH Basic Human Subjects Research Course
JHSPH investigators, study staff, and students who previously completed CITI human subjects research training 5 years (or more) ago and need to renew certification
CITI: JHSPH Human Subjects Research Refresher Courses
JHSPH investigator, study staff, and students conducting clinical trials with drugs/devices
MyLearning: Good Clinical Practice
CITI: Good Clinical Practice and ICH (GCP)
JHSPH investigators, study staff, and students conducting clinical trials for social/behavioral interventions
CITI: GCP – Social and Behavioral Research Best Practices for Clinical Research
JHSPH investigators, study staff, and students who store or use human-derived tissues or bodily fluids (including human cell lines), recombinant DNA or synthetic nucleic acid molecules, potentially pathogenic organisms or infectious agents, or biological toxins.
JHM Biosafety Training: Registration and training requirements are available at:
JHSPH faculty, students, and staff who interact through a Hopkins research project with youth.
myLearning: Training on the Safety of Children in University Programs (in accordance with) University Policy
JHSPH local data collectors
JHSPH Field Guides: Training in person for Human Subjects Research Ethics and GCP
Non-JHSPH co-investigators who have not completed human subjects research ethics or GCP training elsewhere and need training to register in PHIRST
JHSPH investigators, study staff, and students using Protected Health Information (PHI) in Research
CITI: Health Privacy Issues for Researchers
JHSPH investigator, study staff, and students conducting research on Native American reservations.
CITI: Native American Research