CLTR-502 Clinical Research Administration
Fall for 2017-2018
Sheila Zimmet, BSN, JD and Shaunagh Browning RN, FNP-BC
This course prepares students to implement successful clinical investigations. Specifically, this course teaches how to establish a clinical research practice, understand and apply the federal and local regulations governing clinical research, develop, implement and financially-manage a protocol. As well, it addresses assurance of study quality, private and reliable data systems, intellectual property, and the identification and resolution of problems and risks. Student performance is evaluated by periodic quizzes covering content from several lectures, class participation, and a final examination
Credits: 3
Prerequisites: None

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CLTR-502-01 Clinical Research Administration
Fall for 2017-2018
Shaunagh Browning RN, FNP-BC
This course prepares students to implement successful clinical investigations. Specifically, this course teaches how to establish a clinical research practice, understand and apply the federal and local regulations governing clinical research, develop, implement and financially-manage a protocol. As well, it addresses assurance of study quality, private and reliable data systems, intellectual property, and the identification and resolution of problems and risks. Student performance is evaluated by periodic quizzes covering content from several lectures, class participation, and a final examination
Credits: 3
Prerequisites: None
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