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      November 15, 2019

      Friday   9:00 AM (on various days)

      The University of Melbourne , Northeast Health Wangaratta Campus, Docker St
      Wangaratta, Victoria

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      Clinical Research in Rural Settings Workshop Series

      The Clinical Research in Rural Settings workshops offer an introductory training and collaboration opportunity for clinicians and health professionals interested in developing their research skills.   The series features experienced researchers from The University of Melbourne's Master of Clinical Research program alongside local researchers working in the rural context.   We will explore fundamental research concepts including the basics of research methods, undertaking literature reviews, selecting an appropriate study design, data analysis and understanding your ethical responsibilities in a rural setting.   Participants can select to attend any number of workshops, or complete the full series with additional assessment and use this as credit towards a subject within the Graduate Certificate, Graduate Diploma or Master of Clinical Research. Workshop 1: Clinical research: Formulating a research question and literature reviews Friday 30 August 2019  Identify and refine research question Search strategies  Critical appraisal of literature Workshop 2: Study design  Friday 20 September 2019 Elements to consider before choosing a design Selecting an appropriate study design Workshop 3: Research ethics and governance – Fundamentals of human research Friday 25 October 2019 Principles of human research Good clinical practice (GCP) Workshop 4: Biostatistics and qualitative analysis Friday 22 November 2019 Introduction to biostatistics Introduction to qualitative data analysis Option for credit towards a University of Melbourne award course We are offering the unique opportunity to use the full workshop series, with additional assessment, for credit towards the first subject in the University of Melbourne's Master of Clinical Research award courses.  This is designed as a study pathway for those interested in progressing their research skills and knowledge beyond the workshops.   Participants must be eligible for entry to the course, attend all four sessions, complete additional assessment and apply to any of the Graduate Certificate, Graduate Diploma or Master of Clinical Research. For more details visit the website here: go.unimelb.edu.au/yj76  Assessment description Assessment 1 (30%): Development and execution of a systematic search of the medical literature in an area of interest (equivalent to 1500 words). Due 13 September 2019. Assessment 2 (10%): 10 min oral presentation (equivalent to 500 words) via video, describing development and justification of a research question. Proposed project can take a quantitative or qualitative approach as appropriate. Due 4 October 2019. Assessment 3 (20%): Critical appraisal of two published articles identified through systematic search of the medical literature (Assessment 1). Due date 8 November 2019.  Assessment 4 (20%): Quality appraisal of a published systematic review (Bagur et al.2017). Due date 29 November 2019. Assessment 5 (20%): 60 min written examination. Test consists of 20 MCQ and 2 short essays. Due date 6 December 2019.

      Categories: Science

      This event repeats on various days: Nov 22, Dec 6

      Event details may change at any time, always check with the event organizer when planning to attend this event or purchase tickets.