Research Methods for Clinical Trials
November 16 - November 18
Clinical trials have huge societal impact, providing the best evidence of the effectiveness of healthcare, social care and public health interventions. Research through clinical trials is a growing global business in academic institutions, industry, the NHS and across public health organisations.
To ensure efficient trials that reach successful completion, trial staff require a solid grounding and knowledge of the design, conduct, analysis and interpretation of clinical trials.
The Birmingham Centre for Clinical Trials (BCCT) organises and runs a 3 day course in research methods for clinical trials, which provides an overview of the research process from idea and design to analysis and publication.
The course is CPD approved and accredited with 18 CPD points. It is designed for a broad clinical trial audience working in trusts, academia or industry; ranging from those who have little experience in clinical trials to those who wish to expand their knowledge of clinical trial methodology and the clinical trial process.
For further details download our Research Methods for Clinical Trials Course Details flyer, email Michelle Burgess, or call 0121 415 9100