"Do No Harm" is an instructional PowerPoint presentation developed by National-Louis University's Institutional Research Review Board.
This presentation will introduce you to the Institutional Research Review Board at National-Louis University. It will provide historical context for the ethical principles that guide IRRB review and introduce you to the federal regulations governing research institutions. In addition, it will familiarize you with IRRB procedures here at NLU, as well as your responsibility for acquiring informed consent.
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CITI: Collaborative IRB Training Initiative
National-Louis University's educational program in the Protection of Human Subjects in Research is being provided by the Collaborative IRB Training Initiative (CITI), hosted by NLU and now available to over 325 institutions and organizations around the world.
The Institutional Research Review Board of National Louis University is pleased to offer this training site as a resource for its faculty and enrolled students.
The CITI program consists of a:
- Basic Course for masters and doctoral students, as well as faculty and staff researchers who have not previously completed a version of the CITI Basic Course; and a
- Refresher Course for those who have previously completed a version of the CITI Basic Course.
To register, please visit www.citiprogram.org (which is the CITI login and registration page). Begin registration by clicking on the link Register for the CITI Course. You will be asked to register by providing your username (usually first name initial and last name) and a password. There will also be a drop down menu asking for your institution. Find NLU in the drop down menu labeled All Other. You will also be asked to identify your Learner Group by answering the question: “What course do you plan to take?” In the drop down menu choose: Social and Behavioral Investigator Course (referred to as SBR) Only. The computer will automatically choose the modules you appropriate to SBR.