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Required Regulatory Training
Certification in the PEERRS Human Subjects Research Protections e-learning module is required for U-M principal investigators and certain study team members engaged in the conduct of human subjects research. See HRPP Education Resources for details.
HIPAA training is required if your research involves access to Protected Health Information (PHI). See the HIPAA Training options offered by the UMHS Compliance Program for details. (Note: U-M VPN connection required for non-Michigan Medicine personnel.)
Let IRB-HSBS help you learn more about human subjects protections, the IRB application, IRB processes, and eResearch. Go beyond the basic regulatory training!
The IRB-HSBS offers a variety of training and educational opportunties to assist your ongoing knowledge regarding human subjects research administration and more.
For members of the U-M community who are new to the university or to working with the IRB to obtain approval for human subjects research, the IRB-HSBS offers the following in-person/instructor-led options.
General Education Sessions
Presentations and seminars on basic topics, including: Introduction to the IRB, eResearch Basics, Informed Consent Fundamentals, and How to Submit an Amendment. All presentations are approximately one hour in length and are offered at a Central Campus location.
See the CURRENT SCHEDULE for topics, dates, and locations.
In-Class and Unit Presentations
Can't attend a General Education Session? Need a different topic? We'll come to you! IRB-HSBS staff can provide education sessions that are tailored to the needs of your class or group. Contact the IRB Office at (734) 936-0933 or email@example.com to learn more or schedule a presentation.
Want to ask questions about your own project or IRB-related issue?
IRB-HSBS staff are happy to answer questions about your project via phone or face-to-face meetings. Please don't hesitate to contact us for help!
IRB On the Road (OTR)
OTR provides researchers the opportunity to discuss their own projects with IRB-HSBS staff, ask questions about the IRB application or processes, and get help on an individual basis in an informal setting. Contact the IRB if your unit is not listed and you would like to arrange for a visit by the IRB staff.
See the CURRENT SCHEDULE for locations, dates, and times, and staff.
Need a refresher?
There are a variety of online resources that cover IRB topics that you can view, listen to, or read at your leisure.
U-MIC Online Educational Materials
Designed for all U-M researchers by IRBMED and IRB-HSBS staff, the University of Michigan IRB Collaborative (U-MIC) offers brief recorded presentations that address topics related to the ethical conduct of human subjects research as well as various U-M IRB processes and procedures.
See the U-MIC listings ~ Hosted by IRBMED