How to do Research on Therapeutic Interventions: Protocol Preparation | University of Oxford
Therapeutic Interventions
A course is aimed at qualified doctors, especially specialist registrars in clinical pharmacology.

How to do Research on Therapeutic Interventions: Protocol Preparation

A one-week module, offered by the Department of Oncology and the Department for Continuing Education’s CPD Centre. Teaching is led by Dr Grant D Vallance, Information Manager at the Oxford University Hospitals NHS Trust, features face-to-face lectures and tutorials from some of Oxford's leading clinicians and scientists.

Therapeutic InterventionsA course is aimed at qualified doctors, especially specialist registrars in clinical pharmacology.
Date: 6-10 July 2015
Venue: Department for Continuing Education, Rewley House, Oxford
Audience: This course is aimed at qualified doctors, especially specialist registrars in clinical pharmacology or in training for other medical sub-specialities; clinical research fellows in other specialities; pharmacists; nurses; graduates working in the pharmaceutical industry.

The How to do Research on Therapeutic Interventions course will provide students with the opportunity to learn more about and discuss the following topics:

The design and implementation of clinical trials (Phase I to Phase IV)

  1. Understanding methodological issues in clinical trial design
  2. Understanding and creating trial protocols
  3. Understanding (internal) trial governance issues and how to address them
  4. Understanding statistical issues and how to address them
  5. Understanding and addressing ethical issues in clinical trials - an introduction to Research Ethics
  6. Understanding data management in clinical trials and how to implement a solution
  7. Understanding (external) clinical trial governance issues and how to address them
  8. Understanding and dealing with key stakeholders in clinical trial delivery - data managers; trial coordinators; research nurses; ethics committees