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Laboratory Safety Introductory Course

  • Recommended (and often required) for (wet) lab research.
  • Course contains 6 online modules with a certificate upon completion of each module. Duration for all modules is 3 hours.
  • Access course information HERE or by logging into MyLearning via http://my.jh.edu and the Education tab in the left-side menu, searching for the title above.

Bloodborne Pathogens

  • Recommended (and often required) for research where you may come in contact with blood and/ or body fluids. Harmful pathogens such as HIV, HBV, HCV are spread through these substances and the risk of infection is real. This course will explain how to reduce or limit exposure to potential bloodborne pathogens.
  • Course is completed online. Access course information HERE or by logging into MyLearning via http://my.jh.edu and the Education tab in the left-side menu, searching for the title above.

CITI Human Subject Research Training

  • Required training for students listed on an IRB application and recommended for all students working with human subjects in any field.
  • Access course information HERE.

Health Privacy Issues for Researchers Training (CITI)

  • Recommended course for all students working with human subjects and health data/ information.
  • This course provides information on the core elements of the federal Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) requirements. Additional content is meant to supplement by focusing on healthcare roles and types of activities, since HIPAA’s requirements are largely conditioned by the purposes behind the collection, use or disclosure of health information.
  • Course is completed online, duration 50 minutes. Access course information HERE or by logging into MyLearning via http://my.jh.edu and the Education tab in the left-side menu, searching for the title above.

Patient Privacy for Workforce Members

  • Course provides a general review of HIPAA privacy requirements for all workforce members at Johns Hopkins health care provider organizations and how those requirements are implemented at Johns Hopkins.
  • Online course, successful completion is required. Access course information HERE or by logging into MyLearning via http://my.jh.edu and the Education tab in the left-side menu, searching for the title above.

Electronic Information Security and Data Management Training

  • Course provides a general review of data security and data management requirements and how those requirements are implemented at Johns Hopkins.
  • Online course, successful completion is required. Access course information HERE or by logging into MyLearning via http://my.jh.edu and the Education tab in the left-side menu, searching for the title above.

Animal Care and Use (ACUC)

  • Required for all students utilizing or working with animals in their research.
  • This course provides crucial information about regulations, policies, and practices that must be followed when working with animals at JHU. You’ll learn what you need to do to ensure that animals are cared for properly and treated humanely.
  • Course is completed online, duration 20 minutes. Access course information HERE or by logging into MyLearning via http://my.jh.edu and the Education tab in the left-side menu, searching for the title above.

JHU Animal Exposure Surveillance Program (AESP) Registration

  • This registration is required to be included on any research protocol through the Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee (IACUC)
  • The AESP exists to ensure Hopkins staff and researchers with occupational exposure to animals and/ or animal-derived materials are monitored with regard to health and safety issues.
  • Go to the AESP website and click on the link for the AESP Registration Form (for new registrations). Complete the form and fax (410-955-1617) or mail to Occupational Health Services  
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    265 Garland Hall
    3400 North Charles Street
    Baltimore, MD 21218

    (410) 516-8094

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