MGH Division of Clinical Research

Learn Something New! Reading a Clinical Research Protocol: Where to Begin?

Ended: July 16, 2019

Speaker: Caitlin Stafford, Clinical Studies Specialist, General Surgery/Section Colon and Rectal Surgery

One of the very first things a new clinical research coordinator is asked to do is read a study protocol. Depending on the complexity and number of protocols along with a limited amount of time for review, this can seem like a daunting task.

However, there are useful strategies one can employ to become a more efficient reader. The goal of this session is to present strategies for reading research protocols both critically and efficiently.

Audience: Study staff new to clinical research with less than 1 year of research-related experience or experienced study staff looking to learn the basics of a new skill.

Sessions will be limited to 25 participants. Participants must register for each session individually. Please feel free to bring lunch to each session.


Program:
Clinical Research Discussion Group: Learn Something New!

Category:
Clinical Research

Sponsor:
MGH Division of Clinical Research

Sessions

July 16, 2019 07/16/19
12PM-1PM
12 PM – 1 PM
Garrod/Mendel, Floor 2, Simches Research Center

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