Research Methods Short Course
Short Course in Clinical and Translational Research Methods
Each summer, the CCTS Education and Professional Development Core offers a three-day course in Clinical and Translational Research Methods for Clinicians and Research Coordinators, who incorporate research into their clinical practice or those who are interested in exploring clinical and translational research possibilities.
The course discusses research methods, examines the best approaches to clinical research, outlines the steps required for conducting clinical research, explores online bibliographic citation management software and numerous proprietary databases available through the UIC Health Science Library, and reviews the ethical considerations of clinical research including requisite IRB approval and HIPAA requirements.
“I will put this new information to use in assisting my department with the research study. It will bring my team more organization and keep errors to a minimum.”
“I have learned how to find other researchers to collaborate on a project.”
“The [program] has broadened my resource base and knowledge base- one can only utilize what they have knowledge about. It was nice to have a group of people experiencing the same issues as myself.”
“I will...hopefully avoid pitfalls that may have otherwise set my project back if I didn't go through the correct channels initially.”
2019 Program Details
July 23 - July 25, 2019
8:30 am to 4:00 pm
UIC College of Nursing
845 S. Damen Avenue
3rd Floor Event Center
Chicago, Illinois 60612
$150 for UIC attendees & CTSA-affiliates
$200 for non-UIC attendees
Questions? For more information or for registration troubleshooting, please email Jaclyn Jackson or call 312-413-5429.
Course Director: Lisa Anderson Shaw, DrPH, Director, Clinical Ethics Consult Service, Assistant Clinical Professor, University of Illinois Hospital & Health Sciences System