Clinical Trial Design Seminar (Summer)

Clinical Trial Design Seminar

Would you like a better grasp on the clinical methodology process? This seminar is a valuable research resource being offered to faculty, students, and relevant staff at all CTSI partnering institutions. The series is intended to introduce individuals to clinical trials methodology and to assist those who wish to evaluate and interpret published reports of trials. Advanced registration is required.

This series will focus on the design and development phases of clinical trials, recruitment techniques, data collection and data quality issues, assessment of adverse effects, participant adherence, data monitoring, sample size requirements, techniques of survival analysis, reporting and interpretation of results, and multi-site studies. The curriculum includes dynamic presentations from experts, and hands-on clinical trial design activities.

Course Schedule

Course Schedule

The series is being offered over the course of 9 weeks and will be held at the Medical College of Wisconsin. The schedule follows.

June: 5, 12, 19, 26, 4-6 pm
July: 3, 10, 17, 24, 31, 4-6 pm

How to Register

How to Register

Advanced registration is required. MCW graduate students registering for academic credit should register for course #20261A through the EASI registration system. All other individuals registering for the course who do not wish to receive academic credit should complete the Course Contract, which is available on the CTSI website.

Forms

Please download and submit the following forms by May 30, 2014.

155 kB2014 Clinical Trial Design Contract 120 kB2014 Cost Transfer Form
Contact Us

Contact Us

For additional information about the course, please contact us.

Timothy McAuliffe, PhD 

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PARTNERS
Zablocki VA Medical CenterFroedtert HospitalMedical College of Wisconsin Childrens Hospital of WisconsinBloodCenter of WisconsinUniversity of Wisconsin - MilwaukeeMarquette UniversityMilwaukee School of Engineering