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Resources for Clinical Research Coordinators
The Center for Clinical Research Education in the Division of Clinical Research offers courses and seminars to address the unique and rapidly changing needs of the Massachusetts General Hospital clinical research community.
We offer both live sessions and online modules to address these needs. Online training in HealthStream can be accessed using the button to the right. A complete list of upcoming live sessions may be viewed on Learn.
Education tracks are based on job title. Review the job titles below to see which tracks fit your needs.
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The goal of the Center for Clinical Research Education is to improve the quality and quantity of clinical research within Massachusetts General Hospital by providing educational opportunities for clinical investigators and study staff.
The Center for Clinical Research Education strives to fulfill the diverse and dynamic educational requirements of clinical investigators locally through development of innovative course content.
In addition, the Center for Clinical Research Education provides educational programs for research nurses, project managers, coordinators and assistants. These programs are created to address the needs of the MGH clinical research community and are responsive to the ever-changing clinical research landscape.
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Center for Clinical Research Education Training Overview:
This track was designed for the CRA/CRC I with less than 2 years of clinical research experience. Individuals may be new to clinical research or to MGH with limited knowledge of clinical research conduct, good clinical practices, regulations and common terminology associated with clinical research.
Below is a list of suggested tools and courses for skill development. Click here to download a printable checklist.
This track targets the experienced CRC with more than 2 years of experience. These individuals have a fair understanding of MGH policies and procedures, are very familiar with the conduct of clinical research, possess adequate understanding of GCP and are able to apply to current practice.
The Clinical Research Investigator Track was developed for junior faculty looking to develop skills in the conduct of clinical research.
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