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DAIDS Training Resources

Training Required by DAIDS

  • Identify DAIDS training and policy requirements.
  • Discover additional training opportunities.

DAIDS Critical Events Policy Training

  • Learn how to recognize, classify, report, and take corrective actions for critical events.
  • Review additional resources to support you through this training.
Protocol Registration Training

DAIDS Protocol Registration Training

  • Learn the principles used to define ethical research using humans and how they are implemented.
  • View additional courses and resources to support your learning.
Quality Management Training

Clinical Quality Management Resources

  • Review the terminology, culture, regulations and guidelines, tools and techniques, and the benefits of quality management in the clinical research setting.
  • Develop a basic understanding of quality management and how to implement a quality culture at clinical research sites.
  • Review additional courses to support your learning and see DAIDS official policies.
Network Resources

NIAID Clinical Trials Network Resources

  • Browse the training and educational resources offered by each of the NIAID-funded clinical trials networks.
  • Utilize and/or modify some of the network-specific trainings to meet the needs of your research staff and community.
Behavioral and Social Sciences

Behavioral and Social Sciences

  • Find out about the role BSS places in HIV biomedical clinical research.
  • Get access to materials and links to a wide array of related content.
Country-Specific Regulations


  • Access the NIAID ClinRegs website, an online database of country-specific clinical research regulatory information.
  • Use the ClinRegs website to help plan international clinical trials more efficiently.
Promote the DLP

Promote the DLP

  • Download the DLP badge to display on your website.
  • Choose between two styles of the DLP badge.
Other Helpful Contacts and Websites

Other Helpful Contacts and Websites

  • Find a training contact if you need assistance with your learning.
  • Visit other organizations’ websites on HIV and other topics.