BYU accepts human subject training through the Collaborative IRB Training Initiative Program (CITI). This requirement applies to all new IRB protocol submissions and when adding project personnel onto an existing IRB-approved protocol.
Institutional Review Board for Human Subjects
The IRB seeks to create a collaborative relationship with the research community to assure that research with human subjects is conducted in accordance with federal regulations and basic ethical principles...
Brigham Young University researchers and research personnel are required to complete the Collaborative IRB Training Initiative (CITI). Researchers should select the option for “Social & Behavioral Research Investigators” and complete all required modules.
IRB Assistance for Researchers
Do you need help through the IRB process? Do you have questions? The IRB office offers on-demand presentations and help sessions/ workshops for students, research faculty, and personnel.