The purpose of this online course is to explore and discuss established rules for conducting good science. Scientific problem solving serves as a basis for asking important questions, generating hypotheses, writing clearly, understanding experimental design and statistics, and accepting the responsibilities of "playing the game that scientists play.” Clinical Research Coordinators must be aware and well versed in all phases of research. The primary objective is to investigate the research process and become familiar with knowledge about various aspects of how to conduct scientific inquiries. Additional objectives include philosophical issues related to clinical research, problem solving procedures, terminology, experimental designs, analysis decisions, and writing an informed consent.
Clinical Research Coordinator Training
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