Clinical Trials in
7 Easy Steps 8hours
Get a basic knowledge to help you decide if a career in clinical trials is right for you. With the introduction of COVID-19, the world of clinical trials have come to the forefront of society. This course will help the novice understand how the clinical trials landscape works. Learn the basics of how to work in clinical trials, how they are developed and the rules and the basic regulations required to run them ethically.
Researchers are constantly exploring new frontiers and solving new problems like COVID. Sometimes humans participate in their studies. Researchers gain new insights into how to treat and prevent disease.
History & Ethics
The history of clinical trials led to the basic ethical principles of research today involving human participants. Develop an understanding of the background, the history of ethical review/IRBs as well as their functions, processes and the basic regulations governing them.
Designing & Conducting Studies
Designing and building clinical trials from the ground up and answering those critical questions you want the answers to.
Who Studies Whom
Designing and building clinical trials means understanding who is conducting the study as well as who the study is conducted for!
Testing Drugs Where?
Clinical trials are conducted to test drugs. Is it appropriate to test the drug in a country where the drug is not likely to be available? Where are clinical trials done and why?
Volunteer or Worker
Getting involved in clinical trials. What Resources can you use? Where do you go next?
Dr. Blanchard-Horan is an international specialist with 20 years of experience working in research, 10 in clinical trials.
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