Clinical Research Related Training and Education
Please browse the list below to learn more about available educational opportunities related to clinical research at Yale.
|Office of Sponsored Projects Educational Opportunities||
OSP offers a number of courses addressing sponsored projects related issues to faculty and administrators.
|Clinical Trials Budgeting||This module provides resources supporting effective clinical trial budgeting, describes associated costs, demonstrates how to prepare an internal budget, identifies hidden costs, describes elements of a sponsor’s budget, and describes post award activities related to payment and budget changes. Class size is limited and registration is required.|
|Human Subjects Protection||
This is an online delivered training course for investigators and key personnel performing research with human subjects.
Researchers who need to complete the Human Subject Continuing Education Requirement can choose additional training modules by clicking on the Alternates Available.
|Good Clinical Practices (GCP)||This course provides training in Good Clinical Practice (GCP) through the Good Clinical Practice (US FDA Focus) web-based program on the CITI website. The course can be used to meet the requirements of sponsors or funding agencies requiring that researchers who conduct clinical research demonstrate knowledge of good clinical practices.
|Clinical Research Training||The Yale Center for Clinical Investigation (YCCI) Clinical Research Training Program is an opportunity for faculty and clinical research staff to ensure that research is carried out appropriately and efficiently.|
|Medical Research Billing Compliance||YSM’s Medical Research Billing Compliance website seeks to ensure that medical researchers employ proper billing practices. The website has many resources available about how to bill for services provided as part of a research study and about the laws and regulations governing the billing procedure.|
|FDA Clinical Investigator Training||
FDA’s annual 3-day training course for clinical investigators focuses on non-clinical, early clinical, and phase 3 studies; issues in the design and analysis of trials; safety and ethical considerations; and FDA’s regulatory requirements related to the performance and evaluation of clinical studies. Attendees have the unique opportunity of hearing directly from FDA’s nationally renowned experts on issues critical to successful clinical research. The course is designed for physicians, nurses, pharmacists, and other health care professionals involved in clinical trials.