Computer Assisted Qualitative Data Analysis (CAQDAS)

The Center for Bioethics and Research (CBR) is an ATLAS.ti certified training organization with excellent track records in various research activities.

Among other resources, the Center also has ATLAS.ti certified trainers – a team of experts and researchers with broad technical know-how, vast skills and extensive experience in the design, conduct and analysis of social science, behavioral, biomedical, epidemiological and genomics studies using qualitative, quantitative and mixed methods.

Trainees can purchase ATLAS.ti licenses through CBR at 20% discount. CBR will provide virtual support for qualitative researchers, lecturers and students using ATLAS.ti for literature reviews or analysis of qualitative data.

CBR also provides scholarships to highly meritorious students, researchers, institutes, non-government organizations, hospitals and institutions of higher learning (universities, polytechnics, colleges of education, schools of nursing etc.) in Nigeria.

For practical-based training and consultation in qualitative data analysis using ATLAS.ti, CBR is students, analysts and researchers one-stop Center.

Nigerian Cervical Cancer Screening ECHO Project

The Extension for Community Healthcare Outcomes (ECHO) model was developed as a platform to deliver complex specialty medical care to underserved populations through an innovative educational model of team‐based interdisciplinary development. Using state‐of‐the‐art telehealth technology, best practice protocols, and case‐based learning, ECHO trains and supports primary care providers to develop knowledge and self‐efficacy on a variety of diseases. This model will be used to improve cervical cancer care delivery in Nigeria.

Cancer Registration

Cancer registration is critical to the formulation and realization of any national, state or local cancer control plan. We have assisted the Federal Ministry of Health in Nigeria to develop the National Cancer Control Plan (2018 – 2022) and generate incidence report through the data collected by the cancer registries in Nigeria.