Certificate in Clinical Research (CCR)

Learn the theory and practice of clinical research with experts

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Experience the simple and engaging way of learning with latest educational technologies. The course focuses on research designs and the relevant statistics that are applicable to clinical research.

Objectives:

Explain the fundamental of clinical research

Decide the appropriate study design and methodology

Choose and align the relevant methods

Choose the appropriate statistical tests according to the research methods

Write the research manuscript according to international guidelines

Modules:

Fundamentals of Research

Research designs and application

Statistical Analysis and interpretation

Manuscript Writing

Mode: Online (both synchronous and asynchronous learning contents on LMS) The modules comprise of self-paced learning contents with 6 contacts sessions of 02 hours with hands-on activities and Q and A session.

Asynchronous sessions will be given via Learning Management System and will comprise of animated videos, useful links, resources, search engines, pictorial presentations and discussions. Average weekly minimum 4-6 hours time commitment required from the course participants. Timings of Synchronous sessions: 0300 pm to 0500 pm (PST) on alternate Tuesdays via Zoom:

  • 12th April 2022
  • 26th April 2022
  • 10th May 2022
  • 24th May 2022
  • 7th June 2022
  • 21st June 2022

Course Fee: Rs. PKR 30,000/-

Duration: 3 months (April 2022 June 2022)

Certificate: Successful candidates will be given certificates, awarded by The University of Faisalabad.

Faculty:

Mr. Shaukat Ali Jawaid, Pak J Med Sci

Prof. Akhter Sherin, Khyber Med Uni J

Prof. Rehan Ahmed Khan, J Heath Prof Educ

Dr. Ahsan Sethi, KMU

Dr. Usman Mahboob, KMU

Dr. Nazish Imran, Pak J Med Sci

Dr. Masood Jawaid, Pak J Med Sci

Dr. Ejaz Ahmed Khan, Health Services Academy

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Course Collaborators

Pakistan Journal of Medical Sciences l The University of Faisalabad

The Course is developed by an unconditional Research Grant from PharmEvo Research Forum