Register for CITI


Register for CITI

Before conducting research, you must register or log on to the Collaborative Institutional Training Initiative (CITI) website and complete the required courses. You must reach a combined score of 80 percent or higher in order to pass the course.

New users must register:

If you have not yet registered, you must first create an account on citiprogram.org
 
When registering, select 'Kansas City University of Medicine and Biosciences' from the list of participating institutions.
As part of your new user registration, you can select courses at this time.

If you already have an account: 

Go to citiprogram.org and log in to your account. If you have forgotten your username or password, contact the Research Compliance Manager at 816-654-7602.  

Add a course. On the Main Menu page, click the link: "Add a course or update your learner groups". 

You will be taken to the Select Curriculum page. Refer to the chart below for a guide on how to answer the five questions based on the course you need to take. 

Repeat for each course you need. (Exception: multiple animal courses can be added at the same time.) 

Guide to answering questions when selecting a course

Biosafety Complete Training  

Question 1: Biomedical Investigators 
Question 5: Biosafety Complete Training  

Biomedical Investigators 

Question 1: Biomedical Investigators 
Question 5: Biosafety Complete Training   

Social & Behavioral Research 

Question 1: Social & Behavioral Research 
Question 5: Biosafety Complete Training   

Health Information Privacy and Security (HIPS)  

Course – Information for Students and Instructors 
Question 1: Social & Behavioral Research 
Question 4: Health Information Privacy and Security (HIPS) Course – Information for Students or Instructors 
Question 5: Biosafety Complete Training   

IRB Members 

Question 1: IRB Members 
Question 5: Biosafety Complete Training   

Essentials for IACUC Members   

Question 1: Biomedical Investigators 
Question 4: If you are an IACUC Member you are required to complete the “Essentials for IACUC Members” course now. 
Question 5: Biosafety Complete Training   

Institutional Biosafety Committee Member   

Question 1: Biomedical Investigators 
Question 5: Institutional Biosafety Committee Member   

Working with IACUC/Investigators, Staff & Students 

Question 1: Biomedical Investigators 
Question 4: “Working with the IACUC Course” is required if you plan to use lab animals in your work. 
Question 5: Biosafety Complete Training   

Reducing Pain and Distress in Lab Rats and Mice 

Question 1: Biomedical Investigators 
Question 4: “If you plan to conduct studies that have the potential to cause “more than momentary pain and distress” in Mice or Rats you should complete the module on “Minimizing Pain and Distress.” 
Question 5: Biosafety Complete Training   

Working with Mice in Research, Basic Course 

Question 1: Biomedical Investigators 
Question 4: I work with Mice. Family: MuridaeCricetidae 
Question 5: Biosafety Complete Training   

Working with Rats in Research Settings, Basic Course   

Question 1: Biomedical Investigators 
Question 4: I work with Rats. Genus: Rates 
Question 5: Biosafety Complete Training