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  • July 14, 2020

New "COVID-19: Back to Campus (Fall 2020)" CITI course module available

The Collaborative Institutional Training Initiative (CITI) has launched a new course module titled "COVID-19: Back to Campus (Fall 2020)". Complete all three required modules while meeting the score requirements to earn the certificate. 

Modules include:

  • COVID-19: Introduction (ID 20080)
  • COVID-19: Prevention Strategies (ID 20081)
  • COVID-19: Moving Forward (ID 20082)

Supplemental includes include:

  • COVID-19: Human Subject Research (ID 20083)
  • COVID-19: Safe Lab Reactivation (Animal Research) (ID 20084)
  • COVID-19: Working with Patients Infected or Suspected with COVID-19 (ID 20085)
To register for the course:

  • Login with CITI
  • Scroll down to "Learner Tools for Georgetown University."
  • Click on "Add a Course."
  • Scroll down to "Continue to Question 1 at this Time." In answering questions 1-9, you may select "not at this time."
  • Scroll down to Question 10 to add the COVID course.

Download Additional Instructions

This course will expire September 30, 2020.

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