Research Issues in Community Engagement (Module 4: Essentials of Clinical Research at Stanford)
Thursday, March 8, 2018
3:30pm – 6:00pm
Li Ka Shing Center, LK120
Designed for faculty, fellows and all research personnel. Staff and students welcome. Free for all. Take any number of modules.
Register here: http://bit.ly/ECR2018reg
This course, broken into four modules, provides a step-by-step model for how to design and conduct clinical research at Stanford. Upon course completion, attendees will have an introduction to how to (1) design and analyze clinical studies and prepare protocols, (2) comply with “Good Clinical Practice” guidelines for study conduct, data management, and relevant regulations, (3) understand principles and practices underlying ethical and reproducible research, and (4) deal with special issues that arise in cancer, pediatric, surgical, psychiatric and cardiovascular research.
Rhonda McClinton Brown, MPH, Executive Director, Office of Community Health
Lisa Goldman-Rosas, PhD, MPH, Assistant Professor, Health Research and Policy, and Faculty Director, Office of Community Engagement
Stanford Center for Population Health Sciences
A discussion on how strategies for engaging communities, patients, or other stakeholders throughout the research process can positively influence clinical research.
Next class: Mar. 15, 2018