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Human subjects protection (HSP) training is required for all Fred Hutch personnel involved in the design, conduct or reporting of human subjects research conducted at Fred Hutch or through the Fred Hutch/University of Washington/Seattle Children's Cancer Consortium. Training must be completed every three years. For additional information, refer to the training policy above.
Human Subjects training is required for Fred Hutch personnel involved in one or more of these activities:
Training is mandatory for all personnel involved in design OR conduct OR reporting of research. In practice, this will include not only investigators, but also nurses, data managers, lab technicians, and others.
You need a basic course if you have not had training in human subjects protection before. Accepted courses include:
You need a refresher course within 3 years after completing the basic course. Accepted courses include:
CITI training completions are entered automatically in Hutch Learning. There may be up to a week delay for Hutch Learning to reflect your completion status. (Note, learner must affiliate with Fred Hutch when enrolling in CITI courses for completion to be accurately recorded.) If you have taken other training that meets the Human Subjects training requirements, please send documentation to firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you need to send a certification letter verifying a research member's training, use the template letter below.