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Training and development opportunities
There are a number of internal and external research training and development opportunities available for researchers.
Adverse Event & Safety Reporting - Clinical Trial Pharmacovigilance 30th August, 2018 10.00am – 12.00pm
Target Audience: Research Nurses, Data Managers, Investigators
Aims & Objectives: As a result of this course, participants should-
- Recognise the importance of pharmacovigilance in clinical trials
- Be able to recognise different types of adverse events
- Be aware of legal requirements with regard to reporting adverse events
- Be able to implement local SAE reporting procedures
- Different types of adverse event
- EU legislation
- UK legislation
- EU Detailed guidance document
- Complying with the legislation
- Site specific Standard Operating Procedures
To reserve a space please book here
GDPR Training - Monday 25th June 10.00am - 12.00pm
On the 25th May, 2018 the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) was released replacing existing Data Protection Legislation. All will be aware of this legislative change, however, do you understand what these changes mean to the future conduct of your research and your existing research data?
- Are you unable to apply GDPR in the research setting?
- Are you unable to comfortably identify which condition you're processing identifiable data under?
- Do you or members of your team collect, process or store identifiable data?
- Do you have a box of consent forms in your filing cabinet from 2011?
- Have you received identifiable research data from a colleague?
- Have you assumed GDPR is essentially the same as the Data Protection Act?
- Do you suspect you've got unaddressed issues and are hoping others are in the same boat?
- Do you just want to know what you have to do to be compliant?
If the answer is yes to any of the above this training is for you!
Clark Crawford will be conducting a training session providing background on GDPR and giving practical advice, direction and instruction to Researchers who need to comply with the new regulation. The session is aimed at all who are processing identifiable data for Research with the overall aim being to ensure compliance with GDPR in research by strengthening and unifying data protection for all individuals. It will complement but not replace the existing online mandatory training.
If you wish to attend this session to be held on
- Monday 25th June at 10.00am - 12.00pm in room CBA0.060 in the Chancellors Building. To reserve a place please, book here
Introduction to the Early Contact Service in Primary Care Research 12th September, 9.30am - 3.30pm
- What is the Early Contact service? How will it benefit my research application and study set-up?
- The basics of cost attribution, what you need to know about costing research activities, AcoRD and how the CRN can help you.
- The HRA Statement of Activities and Schedule of Events; what are they for? How to complete them.
- Additional input from the Study Support Service covering secondary care support for your study
Research training and development opportunities at the University
The University provides central and local training and development provision for researchers.
Central University training
The Learning and Professional Development Centre offers support for all researchers at the University, whether it be support with professional development in relation to a number of key areas, the University's implementation of the Concordat to Support the Career Development of Researchers or a number of resources.
Information about local and also external training opportunities can be sought from your Faculty Research Office/Research Institute.
Research training and development opportunities provided by West Midlands Research Training Collaboratives (WMRTC)
West Midlands Research Training Collaboratives (WMRTC) provides training opportunities and resources for research staff in the West Midlands region
Research training events/e-learning provided by the Health Research Authority (HRA)
The Health Research Authority (HRA) Learning Management System provides e-learning modules for the research community, HRA committee members and other stakeholders.
Visit the HRA training page for more information about training days, e-learning modules and tools to assist researchers in making high quality applications.
Research training events/e-learning provided by the Medical Research Council (MRC)
The Medical Research Council (MRC) provides free e-learning modules, including practical guidance, for those working with humans, their tissue or data. The MRC learning system can be accessed via http://byglearning.co.uk/mrcrsc-lms/
Short e-learning courses in clinical research provided by Global Health Training Centre
Global Health Traning Centre provides a number of short e-learning courses in clinical research.
For more information and to access these courses visit the Global Health Training Centre's e-Learning courses web page.
The Office of Research Integrity (ORI) and The Office for Human Research Protections (OHRP) interactive training video entitled 'The Research Clinic'
The Office of Research Integrity (ORI) and the Office for Human Research Protections (OHRP) present The Research Clinic. This is an interactive training video which educates clinical and social researchers on the importance of appropriately protecting research participants and avoiding research misconduct. The Research Clinic allows the viewer to assume the role of one of four characters and determines the outcome of the storyline by selecting decision-making choices for each “playable” character.
The video can be accessed via https://ori.hhs.gov/the-research-clinic
Research training opportunities provided by the NHS Research & Development Forum
The NHS Research and Developme t Forum offers a range of training courses all designed and delivered by experienced Forum members and trainers.
Video 'Data Protection - What you need to know'
A short video 'Data protection - what you need to know' can be accessed via https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vHvd6HaPq_s