A two-day course providing a comprehensive overview of the methods and frameworks currently required to perform cutting-edge clinical research.
The course will consist of interactive lectures and opportunities for delegates to network with distinguished researchers, all of whom are recognised experts in their field.
Aimed at practitioners at all levels from all disciplines (medical, allied health professionals, nursing and midwifery staff and scientists) who have an interest in or are actively engaged in clinical research.
Date: Wednesday 13 March 2019
Time: 9.30am - 1pm
- When is the questionnaire important?
- The types of research questions that can be answered using a questionnaire
- The design of clearly worded questions with appropriate scales of measurement
- Question ordering and style
Date: Wednesday 30 January 2019, Wednesday 6 February 2019, Wednesday 13 February 2019
Time: 9.30am - 4.30pm
A 3 day suite of interactive sessions covering:
Date: Thursday 12 September 2019
Time: 9.30am - 12.30pm
A half day interaction with Research Ethics Committee (REC) members and staff providing an insight into the NHS ethical review process.
This course is designed for any role at all levels when new to a health care R&D department. The course might also be of interest to colleagues in industry, academia and the third sector that would like to better understand managing NHS Research or just for those who need to keep updated.
Provider: NHS R&D Forum
This course is aimed at individuals and organisations that deliver non-commercial research in a healthcare setting. It explores the application of monitoring as a quality assurance tool, focuses on skills for monitoring and provides an understanding of risk-based monitoring in order to ensure high quality research in the NHS.
Provider: NHS R&D Forum
This one-day course is aimed at anyone (clinician, statistician or those working in trial operations) who sits or will sit on an Independent Data Monitoring Committee (IDMC).
Provider: UCL Institute of Clinical Trials and Methodology
In this two day course you will learn about the types of novel model-based designs that are increasingly used in phase I dose-finding studies, such as the Continual Reassessment Method, and how these approaches could lead to more efficient clinical trials.
Provider: Cancer Research UK & UCL Cancer Trials Centre