New Course: “Research Study Design”


Announcing New Course “Research Study Design”

Center for Bioethics and Research is excited to announce yet another new course “Research Study Design” in partnership with Collaborative Institutional Training Initiative (CITI).

The framework and techniques adopted by a researcher enables the researcher take up a research methods that are appropriate for the subject matter and this set up studies up for success. A well-arranged research design usually creates a minimum bias in data and increases trust in the accuracy of collected data.

This new course provides learners with an introduction to research study design, a detailed overview of scientific inquiry, examples of various research designs, a discussion of data management methods, an introduction to statistical analysis, and sound approaches to optimize the reproducibility of research results. Suggested Audiences: IRB Members and Administrators, Undergraduate and Graduate Students and Research Staff.

Visit our website to take advantage of this and other course offerings including Informed Consent, Essentials of Statistical Analysis (EOSA), Good Clinical Practice, Essentials of Research Administration, Biosafety, Conflict of Interest e.t.c.

Happy learning!