This page contains information on various research trainings.
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The Johns Hopkins School of Nursing offers a 3 day course which is available 3-4 times a year. Tuition Remission is accepted. http://learn.nursing.jhu.edu/face-to-face/courses/research-coordinator/index.html
The Johns Hopkins training portal offers the following online training modules (note, some are required courses for IRB Study Teams (noted with *) My Learning can be accessed through https://my.jh.edu/portal/web/jhupub/
- Basic Human Subjects research CITI*
- Conflict of Interest: COI*
- Clinical Research Management System: CRMS*
- Research Billing*
- HIPAA for Research*
- Pregnancy Testing
- Electronic Patient Record: EPR
- Bloodborne Pathogens
- DOT/IATA Shipping
- Good Clinical Practice CITI
Other research related courses are often offered and may be found by browsing the offerings on the portal.
JHMIRB offers training for the electronic IRB system. Online training and tutorials can be found here: http://www.hopkinsmedicine.org/institutional_review_board/training_requirements/eirb_training.html
JHSPH offers a graduate level course entitled “Science of Clinical Investigation” information about the SOCI Course can be found here:
ACRP offers education and certification for research professionals
ACRP offer several certifications for different professions:
- One for Clinical Research Coordinators (http://www.acrpnet.org/MainMenuCategory/Certification/CRCCertification.aspx)
- One for Clinical Research Associates (http://www.acrpnet.org/MainMenuCategory/Certification/CRACertification.aspx)
- One for Principal Investigators (http://www.acrpnet.org/MainMenuCategory/Certification/PICertification.aspx)
SoCRA offers education and certification for research professionals
Main Website: http://www.socra.org/
SoCRA offer one certification exam that covers all research professional. http://www.socra.org/certification/certification-program-overview/introduction/
Coursera is a free online education website that offers college and graduate level classes on a variety of topics – include clinical research.
Forte Research Systems, Inc. has been developing specialized software for clinical research since 2000. The product family includes OnCore® Enterprise Research, Allegro® CTMS, and Overture® EDC. Forte provides complimentary blog articles, eBooks, webinars and more to support continuous learning on industry topics. With a strong belief in community and standards-based development, Forte also facilitates the Onsemble® community, the Allegro Community, and Research Resonance® Network, a technology-enabled community of sites pursuing data-driven excellence in clinical research operations.
See more at: http://forteresearch.com/about/