This course is intended for clinicians, academicians, trainees, and students who intend to conduct clinical research. The course is made in a simple way so that it is comprehensible for everyone. The course focuses on research designs and the relevant statistics that are applicable to clinical research. The course is divided into three modules to be completed in three months duration. The modules comprise of self-paced learning contents with 6 contacts sessions of 02 hours with hands-on activities and Q and A sessions. The course focuses on the practical aspect of research rather than the theory, however at the same time a good background of underlying theoretical perspectives has been given.
The Course is developed by an unconditional Research Grant from PharmEvo Research Forum
Health science journals are an important element in health systems. They provide a forum for the dissemination of research findings and evidence to improve both patient care and health systems in general. It is particularly targeted at editors, editorial board members, and reviewers working in countries that are seeking to develop their capacities to promote, conduct and disseminate research and to inform policy and practice.
This course clearly defines their individual role and sets goals and plans for enhancing the quality of their journals.