We offer a series of "CTSA" instructor-led courses on all aspects of conducting human subjects research (HSR), as well as a series on budgeting for clinical trials. These courses are offered throughout the year and repeat regularly. You can register for these courses via Skillsoft (Registration Instructions).

If you need more personalized training for your group, we’re happy to help! Please contact us to begin customizing your training.

Training Calendar


CTSA3: CTRC Overview & Ht., Wt., and Vitals Competency Training

| 02:30 PM - 03:30 PM
Room Number : CTRC, 6th Floor
Anschutz Health Sciences Building
1890 N Revere Ct
Aurora, CO
Contact :
Clinical Research Support Center
Email :
ClinicalResearchSupportCenter@ucdenver.edu
Phone :
(303) 724-1111

Important Session Details:
Class size is strictly limited to 5 attendees. Individuals who are not registered for the class will not be allowed in. 

Class will start promptly at 2:30pm. If you are late, you will need to reschedule for the next class. We apologize for any inconvenience. 

NEW LOCATION! This class will be held in the CTRC Adult Outpatient Clinic, which is on the 6th floor of the Anschutz Health Science Building (AHSB) on the CU Anschutz Medical Campus.

Directions: Enter the AHSB and take the elevators located in the NW corner of the first floor, up to the 6th floor. The CTRC clinic is located in the NE corner of the 6th floor. The instructor will meet you in the waiting room.
Click here to view the Anschutz Health Science Building on a Campus Map.

To register via SkillSoft, click the button below, and sign into the "Denver | Anschutz" option with your CU credentials when prompted.
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In this course, attendees will observe the correct methods for obtaining height, weight, and vital signs (blood pressure, temperature, pulse, and respirations) from adult patients. Attendees can also participate in a walking tour of the CTRC clinic. The tour will include an overview of the process for scheduling patients; where specific CTRC patient procedures take place (e.g., blood collection, ECHO, and EKG); and coordinator work space in the clinic.