New Employee Orientation

Clinical research can be challenging and thorough training is necessary for efficient management of clinical research according to the appropriate local and federal regulations.  

All new CCTO staff must complete the below training unless otherwise instructed by your supervisor.

Clinical staff must complete all seven CCTO Orientation sessions listed under Day 3.
Specific Orientation Sessions may also be required of non-clinical staff, please check with your manager.

ACTIVITY CONTACT
DAY 1
Stanford Orientation http://axess.stanford.edu
DAY 2
Office Orientation Administrator or Employee's supervisor
Health Screening

See supervisor for appointment and PTA information
Health Screening Authorization Form

Health related screening (Renew Annually)
SU Occupational Health Center (650) 725-5308

Respiratory protection or safety training questions (Renew Annually)
SU Health and Safety Program (650) 723-0448

Patient Privacy Training (HIPAA)

Enroll in Patient Privacy Training on STARS.

Note: Please set your web browser to allow all pop-ups from STARS to enable/launch web trainings

COVID-19 Training

Enroll in COVID-19 Hygiene Best Practices Training: EHS-2470-WEB

Bloodborne Pathogens

Enroll in Bloodborne Pathogens Training: EHS-PROG-1600 (Renew Annually)

EPIC Access and Training Administrator will provide information
DAY 3
HR Information and Timecard Training Meet with HR (FC309) to receive timecard training and other welcome materials. HR email: secure-ccto-hr@lists.stanford.edu 
CITI Human Subjects
GCP Training - Group 7
http://www.citiprogram.org/
New employees are required to complete Group 7 in the first week.
CCTO Orientation  

All clinical research staff must complete the seven session orientation. New staff must complete all sessions during their first 6 months. All sessions are open to staff, fellows, and investigators involved in clinical research at SCI. Specific sessions may serve as a refresher for existing research staff, or may be appropriate for CRAs and others based upon responsibilities.

Training Needs Assessment
Take the survey here with supervisor
DAY 4-5
Cancer Institute, Hospital, LPCH Tour Employee's supervisor
SCI Clinic orientation Employee's supervisor
Review SCI SOPs Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs)
Review Competency Checklist
Clinical Research Personnel Onboarding Checklist
Review the CCTO Code of Conduct
WEEK 2
Respectful Workplace Training
Register in STARS: MED SoM - Staff Respectful Workplace (MHRG-1000)
Spectrum/Research Office Orientation Please visit Spectrum's website for a list of training opportunities.

Check with your supervisor on which trainings to complete.
Initiate Additional Trainings Based on Job Function Employee’s supervisor and/or Administrator
SOM Emergency Planning The Stanford Medicine Emergency Response Team (ERT) program is a volunteer program composed of staff volunteers that are trained to coordinate Emergency Response. Please talk with your supervisor if you are interested.