Introduction to Clinical Research

Location
Venue information will be provided to attendees one week prior to the training session
Dates
Wednesday 13 September 2023 (09:30-12:30)
Contact

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Aims and objectives:

Clinical research make up a considerable part of the University’s life sciences research. They are unique in the way they are set up and managed, and require a level of institutional oversight. In this session we will define what clinical research is. We will discuss the regulations, standards and who the stakeholders are. We will also focus on support, oversight and compliance issues.

Target audience:

You will be a member of professional services staff or a researcher involved in clinical research being run at UoB, and you would like to gain a better understanding of the different types of clinical research and the support available.

Why this course?

This course will separate the different types of clinical research and provide clarity over where support can be found. Attendees will participate in workshops that will consolidate their learning and allow time to reflect on their own practices.

Feedback:

  • "The workshop was really beneficial and informative. Covered different activities in order to enhance/ reinforce knowledge on the standards and regulations, and the type of governing bodies."
  • "Lots of interaction and group exercises."
  • "The workshop activities were very well thought out and helped to embed the teaching that had taken place."

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