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Clinical Research Training

Opportunities

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Would you like to know how to do literature searches, critically appraise studies, produce questionnaires, conduct research and
analyse statistics?

 


NIHR CLAHRC Training Resources available On-Line


Topics include:

  • Interpreting statistics
  • Finding evidence
  • Health economics
  • Using research evidence in clinical practice

See website http://www.clahrc-lnr.nihr.ac.uk/index.php/training/training-and-education
 

UHL


As a NHS/UHL Employee you are eligible for a wide range of Free training in this area.

Some are provided by the UHL Libraries - their website tells you about their wide range of courses with live trainers and their e- learning resources: UHL Evidence Training

 

National Institute for Health Research (NIHR)


Courses and details can be found at: www.rdlearning.org.uk/Default.asp

 

Introduction to GCP (Good Clinical Practice)


We are continuing to deliver NIHR Good Clinical Practice (GCP) training locally within the LNR CLRN region. Training days have been arranged in Leicester and Northamptonshire.
The course is open to anyone involved in the conduct of NIHR Portfolio studies and is particularly relevant to those new to research.
 

For further information please contact kirti.vaghela@northants.nhs.uk or Rosemary.A.Harrison@uhl-tr.nhs.uk

Places can be booked via the NIHR Learning Management System (LMS) using the following link: http://www.crncc.nihr.ac.uk/workforce_development/learning_and_development

 
 

The Research Design Service for the East Midlands (NIHR RDS)


Provides free online packs, on searching, critical appraisal, statistics and questionnaire design. It also runs free events on research issues:
See website for details- Research Design Service for the East Midlands www.rds-eastmidlands.org.uk


NIHR RDS has bases within four universities across the region – De Montfort University, University of Leicester, University of Nottingham and University of Sheffield.

The MRC Regulatory Support Centre Have Launched A New E-Learning Module On Research Data And Confidentiality.

 

It's free for anyone to use!  Developed with input from researchers and regulators, the module provides users with a practical understanding of confidentiality and data protection within a research context, enabling them to interpret complex requirements with confidence. Visit the module on the e-learning icon at www.mrc.ac.uk/regulatorysupportcentre


Contact:

Learning and Development Manager
CRN Workforce Development
NIHR Clinical Research Network
Fairbairn House, 71-75 Clarendon Road, Leeds, LS2 9PH


 

 


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