IRB Continuing Training for 2011-2012 - Financial Conflict of Interest in Research is the ONLY course accepted for continuing training at this timeFor UAB Employees:
NOTE: You are allowed to take the assessment 3 times. If you fail all 3 attempts, it will be recorded on your transcripts as a failed course and will not be removed. You will then have to re-enroll in the course.
Detailed Instructions for Registering for the Financial Conflicts of Interest Course If you need to complete the course for IRB training credit and are unable to register for or complete it by following the steps above, please refer to these detailed instructions.2009-2010 Course on Informed ConsentFor UAB Employees:
How often does the UAB IRB require continuing training?
IRB continuing training is required once in every 2-year period. Continuing training is not required in the same year that your first initial training course is recorded. For example,
In either of the above examples, before December 31, 2014, you'll need to complete the 2013-2014 continuing training course.
What if I cannot access the Learning Management System?
If you are unable to log into the new Learning System, you must request access through a XIAS account. Go to www.uab.edu/learningsystem and look for the box at the bottom of the screen Click the button To obtain access for a vendor, student, or volunteer, click here.
It will cause an e-mail to open asking for your information. Enter the BlazerID of the person to receive the XIAS account. Remember this is only for students (undergrads and graduates), volunteers, consultants, and non-UAB people.
UAB Employees, please do NOT request a XIAS account. Just log in. If you have difficulties logging and are not a student, volunteer, or consultant, call AskIT. They will put you in touch with the appropriate person.
How can I document my IRB training?To see the IRB's training records-for yourself or anyone else in our database-use the Training Records in IRB e-reports.
Training Records in IRB e-reportsHow to check anyone's training in the IRB database