CCTS Research Training Program

This is a past event.

What: In-depth training on essential areas of research with key leaders in research at UAB over six sessions. This program provides academic training in the principles required to excel in today’s dynamic clinical research environment. 

Why: To educate on implementing and managing a clinical study or trial with an emphasis on Good Clinical Practices (GCP), compliance, and other key topics. 

When: This is a six-week program, offered in the spring and fall, meeting once per week.

Who: Appropriate for study coordinators, billing staff, regulatory coordinators, and other research staff. *Attendees will earn a total of 22.5 AMAPRE CME credits.

 

Dial-In Information

Registrants will receive Zoom info.

Tuesday, May 18 at 1:00pm to 4:30pm

Virtual Event

Recent Activity

Amber Sullivan

Amber Sullivan left a positive review 5/3/2021

Definitely needed for new or inexperienced Study Coordinators.

Amber Sullivan

Amber Sullivan left a positive review 5/17/2021

Thank you for doing this training, very helpful.

Amber Sullivan

Amber Sullivan left a positive review 5/10/2021

Thank you for this class.

Amber Sullivan

Amber Sullivan left a positive review 4/26/2021

Week 3 of this training program and still going well.

Amber Sullivan

Amber Sullivan left a positive review 4/19/2021

Thank you for doing this training program.

Amber Sullivan

Amber Sullivan left a positive review 4/12/2021

Thank you for offering these classes. They are very informative for new or experienced Research Coordinators.

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