Privacy and Security Training

Privacy and Security Training Checklist: Residents and Fellows

UCSF residents and fellows, whether salaried or non-salaried. are required to sign the UCSF Confidentiality Statement and complete UCSF privacy and security training.

Action Required Residents and Fellows
Confidentiality Statement Signature
UCSF Confidentiality Statement
  • Obtained as part of new hire and appointment process
  • Filed in the individual's personnel record for the duration of appointment at UCSF
UCSF Privacy and Confidentiality Handbook Review
UCSF Privacy & Confidentiality Handbook
  • Distributed at time of new hire and appointment process
  • New residents and fellows are instructed to review Handbook
Privacy and Security Training

Role-based training completed via the UC Learning Center (employee ID required to login):

  • For healthcare providers: Advanced HIPAA Healthcare Provider Module
  • For all other roles: HIPAA 101 – New Workforce Orientation

To complete the training, visit the UC Learning Center and search for the appropriate module.

The annual Fellows and Residents Orientation hosted by the UCSF Graduate Medical Education Office meets the privacy and security training requirement for residents and fellows.

Ongoing Privacy and Security Training Workforce members may be required to complete ongoing privacy and security training. 
Note for individuals who need access to clinical systems: Additional training and approval may be required for specific UCSF clinical systems, such as APeX. Contact the system owners and department managers for any additional requirements.