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Clinical Research is focused on the thing most important to our students. Preparing our graduates to find exciting new careers in clinical research.

The mission of Clinical Research is to open doors for our graduates to work in positions administering clinical trials. We are industry focused and student focused. We know what the industry wants and the challenges researcher organizations face in finding qualified, trained professionals. We understand that students want to learn, gain experience and start working. Clinical Research is providing the missing link between industry and new talent, training the next wave of clinical research coordinators.

Introduction to Clinical Research

Learning objectives

This course provides a comprehensive introduction to the clinical research process and its history and evolution

Topics include

  • Phase of clinical trials,
  • Protection of human subjects,
  • Roles of the clinical research teams,
  • Responsibilities of clinical research organizations;

Upon completion, students should be able to prepare an organizational chart depicting a typical research team, defining the roles or responsibilities of each member.

The student should also be able to describe the product approval process and discuss the general conduct of a typical clinical trial.

Clinical Research Terminology

This course is designed to enhance and augment the student’s knowledge of basic medical terminology.

  • Acronyms,
  • Abbreviations,
  • Initials commonly used in clinical research
  • Terminology associated with pharmaceutical
  • Pharmacological research.

Upon completion, students will be able utilize and apply standard research terminology in effective written and verbal communication.

Clinical Research Regulations

This course covers the range of national and international regulations governing the development of drugs, diagnostics, medical devices, and biologics.

  • A review of the regulatory agencies,
  • Guidelines for regulatory application,
  • Required documentation,
  • Preparation for compliance audits

Upon completion, students should be able to demonstrate a basic understanding of regulatory processes associated with clinical research and describe effective means of compliance.

Research Protocol Design

This course introduces the student to the scientific development of research protocols and their key elements.

  • The differentiation between research design types,
  • Rules for writing protocols,
  • Ethical considerations relative to research protocols,
  • The correct preparation of data collection forms.

Upon completion, the student will be able to identify the primary components of protocols and effectively develop a protocol draft.

Clinical Research Management

This course introduces the student to the elements involved in implementing and managing a clinical study.

  • Overall project planning,
  • Development of study goals,
  • Preparation of budget and contracts,
  • Implementation of monitoring visits,
  • Effective management of research sites.

Upon completion, students should be able to design and prepare a plan for the implementation and management of a sample clinical research project.

Research Fieldwork I

This course provides supervised work experience and observation in a clinical research setting. Emphasis is on the enhancement of professional skills and the practical application of curriculum concepts in the research setting.

Upon completion, students should be able to apply research theory effectively to clinical research practices.

Introduction to Clinical Data

This course covers the collection, organization, and management of study data. Topics include

  • Database structures,
  • Data management systems,
  • Quality assurance,
  • Data collection and capture,
  • Data confidentiality and security.

Upon completion, students should be able to describe the data management team and effectively organize, enter, and review data.

Data Management Concepts

This course is designed to discuss the elements involved in implementing and managing a clinical study from the perspective of the Data Manager.

  • Development of the data management plan,
  • Coordination of data collection and capture,
  • Plan the closure and archival of study materials and participate in project management activities

Upon completion, students should be able to design, prepare and execute a complete data management plan for the implementation and management of a sample clinical research project.

Research Site Management

This course covers the guidelines and methodology of research site management and the recruitment of research sites, investigators, and subjects.

  • The identification and evaluation of sites and investigators,
  • On-site budget management,
  • The coordination of subject participation

Upon completion, students should be able to demonstrate the principles and practices of effective research site management.

Data Collection

This course is designed to instruct the student on the data collection, validation and quality assurance processes of a clinical research study as conducted by the data management staff.

  • The development and implementation of data review and data collection,
  • The development of the validation program and the function,
  • Conduct and followup of a quality assurance audit of data.

Upon completion, students should be able to develop and implement a plan for data collection, validation and quality assurance for a clinical research study..

Data Trends and Reporting

This course covers the reporting of clinical trial data including identification of safety and efficacy trends in the data.

  • Generation of tables,
  • Listing and graphs,
  • The identification and reporting of data trends,
  • The generation of various types of study reports.

Upon completion, students should be able to demonstrate an understanding of the process for review and reporting of clinical trial data results.

Research Fieldwork II

This course provides more advanced work experience in a clinical research setting. Emphasis is on the refinement of professional skills and the practice of curriculum concepts in diverse clinical research areas.

Upon completion, students will be able to apply research theory to clinical practices.

Professional Practice

This course includes communication skills and professional skills essential to the practice of clinical research.

  • Professional ethics and deportment,
  • Continuing education and certification,
  • Career options,
  • Communication skills,
  • Portfolio development

Upon completion, students should be able to demonstrate the communication and professional skills to enter the clinical research workforce and to establish a career plan.

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