Training & Resources - NIH Clinical Trial Policies

Learn about training opportunities and use the resources below to help spread the word about NIH's clinical trial policies. We will continue to post additional resources, so check back frequently!

 

Slide Decks

Feel free to use these slides for your own outreach. Use just a slide or two or the whole deck.
Presentation on rationale: NIH Clinical Trials and Transparency Reforms. Why the Changes? 16 slides PowerPoint (6 MB) Posted
9/7/2017
 Brief overview presentation Doing Human Subject Research? Changing NIH Policies May Impact You. 
13 slides
PowerPoint (1.7 MB)
Updated
9/25/2017
Full length presentation: Doing Human Subjects Research? Changing NIH Policies May Impact You. 31 slides PowerPoint (1.3 MB)
Updated  
12/11/2018


Human Subjects & Clinical Trial Questionnaires

Use these questionnaires to help your team answer the questions, "Am I doing human subjects research?" & "Does your human subjects research study meet the NIH definition of a clinical trial?"
                              Your human subjects study may meet the NIH definition of a clinical trial.

https://grants.nih.gov/policy/humansubjects/hs-decision.htm
                              Your human subjects study may meet the NIH definition of a clinical trial.
 

                                                                                    


One-Pagers

Funding Opportunity Types by Clinical Trial Allowability
Refer to this table for help determining which Funding Opportunity Announcement (FOA) to use.
PDF
Posted
2/7/2019


Trainings

Single IRB & Exceptions Process Webinar
October 18, 2017          


Videos

Sometimes a simple explanation with a video is all you need.

A Walk Through the PHS Human Subjects and Clinical Trials Information Form 
https://grants.nih.gov/policy/clinical-trials/new-form/video      Duration:
 9 min 
Decorative image link to the video: How to choose th right FOA
How to Choose the Right FOA
https://grants.nih.gov/grants/how-to-apply-application-guide/video/choose-FOA/story_html5.html  Duration:
 12 min 


Human Subjects System (HSS)

HSS - An Overview

eRA website with information on the Human Subjects System

HSS - Training Resources Includes training resources for the Human Subjects System including video tutorials
HSS - FAQs Frequently Asked Questions on using the Human Subjects System


Podcasts

Valid/Stratified Analyses (MP3 & Transcript)

August 6, 2018

NIH's Inclusion Across the Lifespan Policy (MP3 & Transcript)

August 6, 2018

Changes to the NIH Appendix Policy for 2018 (MP3 & Transcript)

December 29, 2017

Why it's so important to Submit Applications Early (MP3 & Transcript) December 29, 2017
Understanding the Definition of a Clinical Trial and What that Means for You (MP3 & Transcript) October 17, 2017


Open Mike Blogs from Dr. Mike Lauer, NIH Deputy Director for Extramural Research

Continuing to Work with the Community on Registration and Results Reporting for Basic Experimental Studies involving Humans July 24, 2019
New Funding Opportunities for Basic Experimental Studies Involving Humans November 28, 2018
Understanding Age in the NIH Portfolio: Implementation of the NIH Inclusion Across the Lifespan Policy November 13, 2018
NCATS Trial Innovation Network July 3, 2018
NIH Announces Inclusion Across the Lifespan Policy January 24, 2018
Continuing to Strengthen Inclusion Reporting on NIH-funded Phase III Trials January 8, 2018
Further Refining Case Studies and FAQs about the NIH Definition of a Clinical Trial in Response to Your Questions January 4, 2018
Be Careful to Pick the Right Funding Opportunity Announcement (FOA) December 7, 2017
Implementing a New Human Subject and Clinical Trial Information Form October 11, 2017
Continuing to Clarify the NIH Definition of a Clinical Trial September 8, 2017
4 Questions For Researchers and Institutions Involved In Human Subjects Research August 11, 2017
Direct email to NIH PIs, recent applicants, and research administrators August 11, 2017

 

Continuing to Work with the Community on Registration and Results Reporting for Basic Experimental Studies involving Humans