Introductory Course on Clinical R&D at KCCR
This course is an intensive, two-week, full-time (09.00 hours to 17.00 hours, Monday-Friday) course in Clinical Research and Development for health-related workers. It covers the basic concepts of clinical research and provides an introductory overview aimed at everyone involved in clinical research and focuses on the main areas of why and how clinical research is carried out and the importance of ethics in research.
It shall combine practical case studies series of lectures and seminars designed to equip participants with the practical and contextual knowledge of implementing clinical trials.
Faculty on the course, most of whom have extensive years of research in clinical research will come from Ghana and South Africa. The course will provide the setting for hands-on case studies and interaction with faculty as well as cutting edge didactic teaching.
The course aims to teach participants in the health and biomedicine profession the skills required to understand and undertake clinical studies. It is intended to introduce participants to the design, conduct and management of clinical studies with special emphasis on research ethics, pharmacovigilance and good clinical practice among others.
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