Missouri State University is committed to providing all members of our community a place to study and work free from discrimination and harassment. All employees full-time and part-time to include faculty, staff, and students are required to complete their equity and diversity compliance training within the first 30 days of employment with the University.
The two compliance courses required for all employees are:
- Preventing Discrimination and Harassment
- Preventing Sexual Misconduct (Title IX)
Employees should complete their training through My Learning Connection. Select Compliance Training on the welcome page to locate and register for training sessions.
Other compliance training for employees
Employees may be asked to complete other compliance training based on their job responsibilities or as directed by their supervisor. They include, but are not limited to:
- Campus Security Training (CSA)
- Information Security Awareness Training
- Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) Privacy and Security Training
- Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) Training
Student training for academic purposes (not student employees)
Student training for academic purposes may be assigned by your instructor to include:
- FERPA - Family Educational Rights & Privacy Act
- HIPAA Privacy Training
- HIPAA Security Training
- HIPAA for Researchers Security Training
- Mandated Reporter Training
HIPAA Training for Researchers
The Missouri State University Institutional Review Board (IRB) requires all investigators (including student researchers) proposing to conduct research involving protected health information (PHI) complete HIPAA training. The university uses online training modules through CITI to meet this requirement.
If the proposed research involves protected health information (PHI), researchers must complete the online training through CITI. The Certificate of Completion, or Completion report, available at the completion of the training module is to be downloaded and attached to the application in Cayuse IRB.
Faculty, staff, and student employees (including graduate assistants) must access these training modules through CITI Health Information Privacy and Security (HIPS) Training. Please follow these instructions and if you have questions, contact IRB@MissouriState.edu.