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Webinar 5: Survivor's Guide to Setting Up Clinical Trials and Managing Multi‐Institutional Research Initiatives

Series consists of five webinars. Research administrators are at the forefront of clinical and translational science. The role of these professionals is continuously evolving and increasing as a result of complicated regulatory systems, increased bureaucracy, and limited infrastructure and funding support. Assisting in the task of effectively and efficiently taking research from bench to bedside is a goal that research administrators are challenged with. With some creative 'out of the box' thinking this goal can be easier to attain. This instructional Webinar will teach research administrators how to identify creative ways to engage potential collaborators in the context of limited resources, and give them the tools needed to work with clinicians to utilize research results in their everyday practice.

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When Aug 16, 2011
from 01:00 pm to 02:30 pm
Where HSC: K Building, Room 2035
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Clinical Trial Series

Webinar 5: Survivor's Guide to Setting Up Clinical Trials and Managing Multi‐Institutional Research Initiatives

August 16, 2011 K Wing 2035

Research administrators are at the forefront of clinical and translational science. The role of these professionals is continuously evolving and increasing as a result of complicated regulatory systems, increased bureaucracy, and limited infrastructure and funding support. Assisting in the task of effectively and efficiently taking research from bench to bedside is a goal that research administrators are challenged with. With some creative 'out of the box' thinking this goal can be easier to attain. This instructional Webinar will teach research administrators how to identify creative ways to engage potential collaborators in the context of limited resources, and give them the tools needed to work with clinicians to utilize research results in their everyday practice. After this Webinar, attendees will be able to: 1. List the logistical requirements of managing a research initiative; 2. Create ways to engage potential collaborators using limited resources initially; 3. Construct a working plan that will allow their clinical colleagues to translate their research initiative into clinical practice.

Webinar Instructor:
Chevis N. Shannon, PhD, Asst Prof and Assoc Dir, Clinical Research Division of Neurosurgery, Univ of Ala at Birmingham

 

All attendees will receive 1.5 RCR Contact Hours.

Series consists of five webinars on successive Tuesdays, beginning July 19. 

 

Please RSVP to Research Integrity:  email

 

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