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Developing your research ideas in trials in trauma and orthopaedics

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Friday, 6 May 2022

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Friday, 6 May 2022

Developing your research ideas in trials in trauma and orthopaedics

TARGET AUDIENCE

Open to clinicians, including allied professionals. Postgraduate research degree* OR equivalent research experience; seeking to develop as a chief investigator who will lead clinical trials in trauma

COURSE FEE:

Free

LOCATION

Online

The NCTU are offering a free, online, half day course, to help develop research ideas into fundable research applications, taking place on the 6th May 9:00 - 13:00.

More information is provided below and can be found on our webpage and flyer attached:

Course benefits: The Royal College of Surgeons of England has awarded up to 3 CPD points for this event

Course description: Randomised clinical trials use robust methodology to ensure that drugs, devices, and other interventions are subject to a fair test of their effectiveness. Before designing a clinical trial, it may be necessary to complete preliminary feasibility research to assess whether a clinical trial is needed and to ensure the most appropriate design to address the research question.

Course delivery: Online; mix of live talks, small group work, Q&A.

Course content: Working with a CTU; defining your research question; feasibility; PPI; NIHR funding programmes. Whatever stage your research idea is at, this half-day course aims to help you chart a pathway to developing a randomised trial, including applying for suitable research funding.

Speakers: Assoc Prof Alexia Karantana, Prof Alan Montgomery, Assoc Prof Caroline Rick, Prof Ben Ollivere.

Eligibility: Open to clinicians, including allied professionals. Postgraduate research degree* OR equivalent research experience; seeking to develop as a chief investigator who will lead clinical trials in trauma and orthopaedics research.

* ongoing or completed PhD, MD or equivalent

This is the link to our Microsoft Form, to complete the application process.