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The course comprises six modules spread over a period of one year. SCHEDULE The program is based on the general concept of "on-the-job training", meaning that there will be mainly practical activities related to all aspects of clinical research trials, helping the candidates to gain the skills needed in this field.
Thus, the bulk of the training involves practical work with different teams involved in a multi-disciplinary approach to clinical research. The research activity takes place daily under the guidance of a tutor who will supervise the participants during their training.
In fact, participants are assigned to a research group in which they will collaborate, with the objective of learning about the group's working approach and methodology. Participants are also expected to attend lessons, seminars, courses and congresses organized by the partner institutions.
These are all important educational opportunities and attendance is compulsory for all participants. The course is divided into six macro-modules: Theory, research practice and innovation in pharmacology Ethical and legal requirements for clinical research programs Clinical studies in practice: Theory, research practice and innovation in pharmacology 1.
To provide an in-depth and comprehensive understanding of the principles and practice of clinical research. The participants will examine the context in which research is undertaken from molecular screening to Proof of Concept PoC and from PoC to Full Development and consider types of studies, objectives and outcomes, definitions and phases of protocols, and the roles and responsibilities of the clinical research team and study sponsors.
Ethical and legal requirements for clinical research programs 2. To provide an in-depth understanding of the ethical, legal, regulatory and financial dimensions of clinical research.
This module offers an in-depth examination of ethical, legal and regulatory requirements and their interplay in clinical research.
Participants will also explore international research, relationships with the industry, conflicts of interest, intellectual property rights, and publications and authorship. Clinical studies in practices: To provide a systematic understanding and critical awareness of clinical trial protocol requirements.
This module will cover all aspects of research design, including methods, objectives and hypothesis, specification of the study population, outcome measures, reliability and validity, randomization, documentation requirements, outsourcing and multi-centre trials.
According to their postgraduate status, trainees will also actively participate in carrying out specific ongoing clinical trials at the Clinical Research Centre of the Mario Negri Institute in Ranica Bergamo. Specific issues regarding the design and conduct of studies with "cells and gene" therapies will also be discussed extensively, including new ethical challenges e.
To critically examine requirements of good clinical practice and to understand correct strategies and plans for developing risk-based monitoring for investigational studies.
Participants will acquire a firm grounding in the tenets, history and regulatory context that inform GCP as defined by the International Conference on Harmonization ICHfrom study initiation to final reports. Particular attention will be paid to monitoring, which is a necessary aspect of the processes and procedures for ensuring clinical trial quality and subject safety.
To provide a critical understanding of the issues surrounding efficiency and security in the context of data management in clinical research. In this module participants will examine the importance of information systems and information technology in increasing efficiency in the management of clinical research data.
Participants will consider the application of legal and ethical principles to the development of a data collection and management plan. The module also addresses issues of confidentiality, security of information systems and electronic remote data capture e-RDC.Summary: APA (American Psychological Association) style is most commonly used to cite sources within the social sciences.
This resource, revised according to the 6 th edition, second printing of the APA manual, offers examples for the general format of APA research papers, in-text citations, endnotes/footnotes, and the reference page. For more information, please consult the Publication . Jul 15, · About Raul Pacheco-Vega, PhD I am an Assistant Professor in the Public Administration Division of the Centre for Economic Research and Teaching, CIDE (Centro de Investigacion y Docencia Economicas, CIDE, AC) based out of CIDE Region Centro in Aguascalientes, Mexico.
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