Clinical Research Development & Practice (CEPI5210)
UNIT OF STUDY
In this unit the student will develop his/her own research proposal, to a standard suitable for a peer-reviewed granting body. Each section of a grant proposal (Aims, Background, Significance, Methods, Analysis) will be discussed in class, with the student presenting and refining the corresponding section of his/her own proposal in a workshop setting. This will then be complemented by presentations from experienced researchers on the practical aspects of clinical epidemiological research, including: funding application, ethical approval, implementation of study designs and publication strategies.
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(face to face) 2hr lec/tut/week x 12 weeks
1 x assignment (60%) and class presentations (40%)
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