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A series of talks and activities addressing the fundamentals of planning and conducting a reproducible clinical research project

COURSE AIM

To provide a grounding in the key steps and methods to ensure your clinical research project is relevant, rigorous, and reproducible.

COURSE CONTENT

Planning for success: involving patients, statisticians, and librarians to ensure your project is relevant, well formulated, and built on solid foundations

Making the most of institutional resources and support with your research

How to turn a research idea into an answerable question

The principles of study design and critical appraisal

Choosing the appropriate design and methods to answer a research question

Practical issues around writing and publishing a protocol.

Principles of statistical thinking: sampling, inference, probability, risk and uncertainty

How to organize and report statistical information

COURSE LENGTH

2pm-5pm with short break for refreshments

NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS

24

Booking Instructions

Please read the updated instructions before booking. 

Terms and Conditions

Please read the Terms and Conditions for course booking and attendance. These have been updated for Trinity Term 2019.

*** NEW COURSES ***

Summer pre-sessional academic English course available at the Oxford University Language Centre, 5 August - 13 September, 2019.

'Academic English' courses available at the Oxford University Language Centre to help international students and staff improve their academic communication.

Limited spaces available for non-RDM MSD research staff on the RDM Learning and Development programme

iSkills for the Medical Sciences Division: Introduction to Mendeley (run by Bodleian iSkills) - book now for places during April-July.

How and why to undertake a systematic review 21 June 

Forthcoming events

How and why to undertake a systematic review

Friday, 21 June 2019, 2pm to 4.30pm

This is a new course scheduled this term.

Experimental Design: the Good, the Bad and the Ugly

Wednesday, 26 June 2019, 9am to 5pm

This course is scheduled each term.