Human Subject Research Core Education:
Date: Friday, June 3, 2016
Time: 8 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Location: MFRC 3075
Purpose: The purpose of this educational event is to provide resources to the human research team member in the coordinator role that will expedite his/her ability to perform his/her job responsibilities in a manner consistent with federal requirements and guidance and other applicable policy. The focus of this course is the very basic day to day functions of conducting research with an emphasis on providing practical information and tools that can be used immediately.
Who should attend? Human Research Team members including: Clinical Research Coordinators, Clinical Research Assistants, Research Nurses, and other individuals responsible for the conduct of human research protocols. Course content is geared toward those with limited experience in their roles. Experienced human research team members seeking to broaden their knowledge base and acquire additional human research management skills are welcome.
Class size: Enrollment is limited to 30 attendees
Text: The CRC's Guide to Coordinating Clinical Research by Karen E. Woodin, PhD.
- Types of Research
- Informed Consent
- Staff Responsibilities Overview
- Research Documents
- Reportable Events and Safety Monitoring
- IRB and Ethics Committees
- Data Checks
- Working with Human Subjects
- Diane Bauer, BA, CCRC, CHRC, MSHS
- Roxanne Pritchard, RN, BSN, CIP
- $75; includes text, course materials, templates and beverages.
- Pre-payment is required with either direct transfer of funds from MCW departments or check.
- Refunds will not be provided for cancellations; however, substitutions will be accepted.
Questions? Email Roxanne Pritchard or phone 414-955-8844.
Supported by the Medical College of Wisconsin Office of Research, Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin, the Clinical & Translational Science Institute of Southeast Wisconsin and its partnering institutions.