Category: Education & Training
The courses identified below provide an introduction for professionals new to working in Clinical Research;
Research Skills for Clinicians
A two-day course designed to meet curriculum requests on research skills and knowledge and is delivered by clinicians – all with expert and hands-on experience. The programme consist of lectures, practical exercises and worked examples in a stimulating and motivating format that has been commissioned by the East of England Multiprofessional Deanery. The programme is available to all medical trainees.
Contact: Chiara MacorT
The next Research Skills for Clinicians is now fully booked, more training dates will be added soon.
Introduction for Clinical Research Staff
A two-day course for non-medical healthcare professionals new to working in a clinical research role at the NIHR Cambridge Biomedical Research Centre.
Key components of the course:
- Understanding and applying key concepts relevant to research ethics, incl. NRES approval, setting up a study, consenting and recruiting participants
- Research Governance
- Safety reporting
- Data management & information governance in clinical research
This course is a joint initiative by the Cambridge University Hostpitals NHS FT Department for Research & Development, the NIHR Cambridge Biomedical Research Centre and the Addenbrooke’s Clinical Research Centre.
Dates for 2021:
- 10-11 February
- 12-13 May
- 15-16 September
- 8-9 December
To book a place or for more information contact: Glynn Rolland or phone 01223 254200