Clinical Research Support


The Clinical Research Resources Website houses a number of training resources for Clinical Research Coordinators within the Cancer Consortium.

For access to the CRRW, email Clinical Research Support at

Other Training Opportunities

Bloodborne Pathogens

Environmental Health and Safety
provides information about compliance with Federal Regulations for those in direct contact with potentially infectious material (blood/tissues).

Clinical Research Coordinators (CRC) Training

The Clinical Research Coordinators Orientation and Training Program is offered twice a year: once in the spring, once in the fall. Anyone within the Consortium working in clinical research -- including Clinical Research Coordinators, Data Managers, Regulatory Coordinators and Research Nurses – is invited to attend. This series is particularly useful for those in a new role in clinical research.

April 2018 CRC Training Dates

Consortium Study Coordinators (CSC) Meetings

These clinical and research-oriented agendas, organized for research coordinators from the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center, SCCA, and UW, are based on topics of timely import. Items of ongoing interest are brought back on a regular basis.

Meetings typically occur the first Tuesday of every month from 2:00 - 3:30 p.m. in the Pelton Auditorium. (See our News and Events calendar for upcoming dates.)

Good Clinical Practice

"Good Clinical Practice (GCP) are guidelines established to ensure that clinical research is consistently performed to high ethical and scientific standards.”

The Web-based GCP training courses support the Cancer Consortium’s commitment to quality, consistency and compliance in clinical research studies. Completion of the training courses helps to ensure that clinical research studies are conducted in accordance with applicable regulations. The Cancer Consortium requires GCP training for all sponsor/investigators, principal investigators, and research staff that are involved in the design, conduct, or reporting of therapeutic clinical studies and prevention studies that involve drugs, biologics, or devices.

Collaborative Institutional Training Initiative (CITI) offers online GCP training

Other organizations offer classroom GCP training such as the Association of Clinical Research Professional’s GCP classroom training course and the Barnett Education Services GCP classroom training course. The IRB will accept other GCP training if the course covered the same topics and written documentation can be provided.

Human Subjects/HIPAA

Mandatory Human Subjects Training

The Fred Hutch Institutional Review Office (IRO) website will review training requirements for research involving human subjects.

Confidentiality Training

HIPAA for Investigators and Research Staff
HIPAA Training will provide instructions for compliance with federal regulations of research participant health information.

Investigator Guidelines
The investigator guidelines page on the Fred Hutch IRO extranet provides background and information specifically directed at investigators. It is a valuable resource of basic information on the IRBs function, oversight and regulations for human subjects research.

SCCA Training

The SCCA Research Staff Resources page provides information and resources for individuals involved in research at their facility.

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