Research Boot Camps


Clinical Research Boot Camp
Community Engaged Research Boot Camp

 

What is Clinical Research Boot Camp? 

Clinical Research Boot Camp is an intensive, hands-on, interactive three-day training program.  Tailored to meet the specific needs of clinical research personnel, it will provide the knowledge and tools needed to carry out successful clinical research studies.  

Boot Camp attendees will be able to:

  1. Identify professional and ethical issues surrounding human subjects’ research
  2. Implement best practices for recruitment, consent, study conduct, and data safety/security
  3. Incorporate good clinical practice (GCP) into the everyday conduct of your clinical trials.
  4. Ensure your study meets Federal, State and University regulatory requirements.
  5. Describe the complex roles and responsibilities of clinical research team members.

Agenda topics include but are not limited to: good clinical practice, the drug development process, protocol assessment, recruitment and retention, informed consent, medicare/medicaid billing, PAF and contract review process, IRB submissions, human research subject protections, investigational drug services, initiating and managing studies, and data security.

When is the next boot camp?

The 2015 Clinical Research Boot Camp is scheduled for Friday October 2, 9 & 16.

 

What is Community Engaged Research Boot Camp?

Community Engaged Research (CER) Boot Camp an intensive, three-day, hands-on, interactive, program that provides the knowledge and tools research staff need to help you carry out successful community engaged research projects.

Boot camp attendees will be able to:

  1. Define community engaged research and its core components
  2. Identify ethical issues surrounding human subjects research conducted in the community
  3. Examine best practices for study preparation, implementation, dissemination and sustainability in community engaged research
  4. Articulate the roles and responsibilities of the research team and community partners in community engaged research
  5. Ensure your study meets Federal, State and University regulatory requirements.
  6. Identify aspects of professional and ethical behavior related to community partner and research participant interactions.

When is the next boot camp?

Boot camps are held annually in February

Who do I contact for more information?

Lynn Podraza
Director of Research Navigation Services, CCTS
Phone: 312-996-2102
Email: podrazal@uic.edu