- ONLINE NRS Introduction to Good Clinical Practice (GCP)
- ONLINE - NRS Good Clinical Practice (GCP) Update
- CTIMP Workshop
- Early Phase Clinical Trial
- Good Research Practice (Non-drug Trials)
- How to write the PPI section of a grant form
- Online Informed Consent - Adults: Ethical, legal and practical aspects in clinical research
- Introduction to Critical Appraisal
- Introduction to Medical Statistics (Part 1)
- Medical Statistics (Part 2) - Correlation and Regression
- Medical Statistics (Part 3) – Hypothesis Testing
- Medical Statistics (Part 4) - Power and Sample
- Laboratory Skills Workshop
- Paediatric Consent - The Practicalities and Legalities in taking consent for Paediatric Trials
- Preparing Poster & Presentations
- Research, GDPR & Confidentiality - What you need to know
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We collaborate with education staff in CRF's across the UK and with colleagues at the NIHR to ensure a cohesive and standardised programme of educational opportunities are available to researchers.
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Due to the rapidly changing Coronavirus (COVID-19) situation, we are currently only able to offer GCP update as online teaching. We appreciate your understanding at this time.
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This is in line with NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde guidance.
Introduction to Critical Appraisal
This three-hour interactive workshop will consist of an introduction to the principles of evidence-based practice and the process of critically evaluating a journal article, followed by practical experience in critically appraising a randomised controlled trial and systematic review.
The course will cover the following objectives:
- Understand the principles of evidence-based practice and the place of critically appraising the literature as one of its three pillars (professional experience, best available evidence, patient values and preferences)
- Recognise different research methodologies and know the relevant questions to ask of them in order to assess validity, importance and applicability
- Be aware of the tools and checklists available to assist you in reading critically
- Discuss the strengths and weaknesses of a study.
Note: This course is not being taught by a statistician and will not discuss the interpretation of statistics in detail.
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