HOW TO BE A PRINCIPAL INVESTIGATOR IN CLINICAL RESEARCH: For All New Clinical Investigators, Junior Faculty, and Fellows in Medicine Subspecialties
This educational session will review the responsibilities of being a principal investigator of a clinical trial. This will be relevant to anyone doing clinical research within the Department of Medicine.
Friday, September 8, 2017
HSEB Room 4100-B
Attendance is free and breakfast is provided.
For questions please contact:
Calee Hulet • 801-587-4024
- Regulations governing clinical investigators
- Institutional processes for initiating a clinical trial
- Proper documentation of informed
consent, adverse events, and maintaining source documentation
- Cultivating a successful relationship with your research coordinator
- Identifying key resources to support your clinical research
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