Introduction to Clinical Trials

Central Clinical School short course: Introduction to Clinical Trials

Introduction to Clinical Trials

***Register your Expression of Interest in this course by direct email to the Convenor

ConvenorDr Steven Petratos. Email: steven.petratos@monash.edu
PresentersDelivered by ARCS Australia Pty Ltd
Date16 Oct - 03 Nov 2017 (Schedule Timetable Link)
Time9:00am - 5:00pm 16-18 Oct, 9:00am - 12:00pm 20 Oct and 03 Nov
VenueSeminar Room 2, Level 2, TRF building, MonashHealth Translational Precinct
Suitable forMedical doctors, biomedical scientists, nurses, physiotherapists, clinicians, epidemiologists, psychologists, pharmacists, biochemists and public health researchers who are interested in understanding and applying the principles of Clinical Trial Study Design and Co-ordination.
AimsAfter completing this course participants will be able to:
  • Define pathways of Drug Development - 1 day
  • Understand the foundations of good clinical practice (GCP) – 0.5 day
  • Understand how to develop relevant questions and protocols when conducting Clinical Research – 2   days
  • Define what is involved when managing Regulatory Documents – 0.5 day
OverviewThis short course, Introduction to Clinical Trials, will consist of formal lectures, small group discussions and workshops. The course aims to develop fundamental knowledge in Clinical Trial Study Design and Co- ordination for all participants. It will specifically provide instruction in developing a clinical research question and creating a concise protocol that includes literature review, study design, subject sampling and recruitment, instruments and other measurement approaches, sample size, consent form, budget and timetable.
MaterialsAll learning materials will be provided to participants.
AwardA certificate of completion will be provided to all participants
FeeAUD $880 (inc GST). Note, register your interest with the course convenor first before proceeding to pay: Ecart link.
PlacesParticipant numbers are capped at 20.

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