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Training Resources

Our goal for the training resources section is to provide  training information for all NIH-funded HIV/AIDS clinical trials networks staff in addition to non-networks and various collaborators.

Whether it be online, training events, or to connect you with the appropriate people to help you find training you are looking for, we hope you find what you need. If you have a question regarding anything you view in this section, don’t hesitate to contact us!​​​​​​​​​​

HIV Research Counseling and Testing (HRCT) Training Curriculum

This training helps clinicians and counselors to build their skills in conducting risk reduction and adherence counseling within biomedical HIV treatment and prevention research. 

To access the training, please visit the DAIDS Learning Po​rtal​If you do not have an account, visit the link above and click on “Request account” to sign-up for one.  

The HRCT Training Resource Manual (TRM) v5.0

The TRM is now available for download and may be used as a resource independent of or in conjunction with completing the HRCT curriculum. For additional information, click here to access the TRM flyer.

Training Courses

Enter this library to find a list of common trainings you may be required to complete if you work at a clinical research site. If you are uncertain which ones you need to take, check with your site PI. Information on how or where to access the following trainings include:

  • GCP
  • HSP
  • Quality Management
  • DAIDS policies
  • Protocol Registration
  • DAIDS ES Applications – CSM, DAERS, DPRS
  • Grants Management
  • Ethics Topics
  • Risk Reduction Counseling

Plus many more!

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CITI Trai​ning

Free access to online GCP, HSP, and Responsible Conduct of Research (RCR) training. This website and many modules are also available in several languages i.e. Portuguese, Spanish, French, and Chinese.

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​DAIDS Learning Portal

The DAIDS Learning Portal is your place for the latest DAIDS training information. 

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