Responsible Conduct of research (RCR)

CITI (Online) Responsible Conduct in Research (RCR) Training

All CUNY faculty members and students involved in research are required to complete the CITI RCR training within six weeks of initiating your research. RCR training certificate will be valid for four years. CUNY researchers are required to take a refresher CITI RCR training course every four years. You should attach it to any grant proposal (internal or external) for which you are a PI or co-PI that is submitted to the grant office.

If you and your students are involved in a research project on campus regardless of funding, per QCC's policy, both the faculty members and the students are required to (1) complete the Responsible Conduct of Research (RCR) CITI online training within six weeks of initiating their research and (2) an in-person RCR workshop within 12 months from the completion of the online CITI certificate.

Here are the steps:

  • On-line RCR training certificates are valid for four years. You are required to take a refresher course to renew the certification every four years.

Instructions for accessing CITI RCR Training(PDF)

RCR workshop schedule

Please click the link to learn more about the CUNY RCR Policy.

For more information on this workshop, please contact Sharon Lall-Ramnarine at slallramnarine@qcc.cuny.edu. You can also check the RCR FAQ for more details.

Human Subject Research (HSR) Training

All CUNY faculty members and students involved in human subjects research as key personnel must complete the Basic Course in the protection of human subjects prior to Institutional Review Board (IRB) approval of your protocol. Certificate of completion of the basic course is valid for three years. Key personnel of human subjects research protocols must complete a refresher course every three years. Click here for instructions on how to complete the HSR training.

Click to check the IRB workshop schedule.

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