Applications are being accepted for the spring 2014 session of the Research Coordinator Education Program, Level Three. This training is provided by the Indiana Clinical and Translational Sciences Institute, IU Office of Research Compliance and Richard L. Roudebush Veterans Affairs Medical Center
Applications are due Saturday, March 1. The training will take place from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. April 24 to 25 in Lockefield Village.
This program is a mix of panel discussions and seminars. Participations in the session will learn to:
Identify best practices related to clinical research from start to finish, including registration into clincialtrials.gov, budget development, billing compliance and contractual issues;
Compare types and levels of human subject reviews as well as vulnerable populations and noncompliance;
Recognize areas that might affect research such as privacy, investigator-initiated research, investigational drugs and devices and emerging technologies; and
Summarize internal quality assessment processes that assist in project management, clean data collection and reporting procedures.
All interested coordinators are invited to complete this online application. Applicants must have at least three years of experience in human subjects research and an up-to-date certification (e.g., ACRP, SOCRA, etc.) is preferred.
The fee for attendance is $250. CME credit will be offered and lunch will be provided. These charges will not be assessed until the participant has been notified of acceptance into Level Three Program.
Up to 20 participants will be selected for the spring offering, with selections made by committee. Selection criteria is based upon a consideration of the applicant's type and length of human subjects research experience and the evaluation of the applicant's statement of interest (contained within the application), while striving to obtain broad representation of divisions/departments in the program overall.
There are no upcoming dates for this event.