Posts Tagged ‘training’

Gearing up for the eCRIS transition in 2014

In about two months, eCRIS, OHSU’s new clinical research management system, will be required for all new clinical studies enrolling prospectively consented human subjects. Later in 2014, eCRIS will become mandatory for existing studies as well. As of October, about 100 people have been trained on eCRIS and 60 new studies have voluntarily made the transition. While eCRIS was designed to make your life easier, new users have found that it’s harder to learn when … Read More

IRB Notes: Upcoming IRB classroom training

Introduction to IRB Come learn a little about the history of institutional review boards (IRB) and the role they play in research. You will also get basic information about the review process for IRB approval at OHSU.  We can help get you started. Getting started in the eIRB This class is a basic introduction to the OHSU eIRB interface, basic navigation and search functions. It will also include an overview IRB requirements and an introduction to the IRB … Read More

Clinical Research Coordinator Training, Sept. 25 & 26

The Oregon Clinical and Translational Research Institute (OCTRI) is sponsoring the next Quarterly Clinical Research Coordinator Training Workshop on September 25 & 26, 2013. This free workshop is designed to provide a basic framework of the responsibilities of the research coordinator, the regulatory and policy requirements for appropriate conduct of clinical research at OHSU, and tools to assist coordinators to successfully perform their role.  It is open to all OHSU and PVAMC employees. (View the … Read More

Seeking scholars for K12 emergency medicine clinical research program

OHSU is recruiting faculty-level scholars for a two-to-three-year multidisciplinary training program in emergency medicine clinical research. The Oregon Emergency Medicine K12 is a multidisciplinary clinical research program that aims to produce highly qualified emergency medicine researchers with expertise in research fundamentals and the skills required for success as academic clinicians and leaders. By the end of the training period, each scholar will be well-prepared to serve as an independent clinical researcher. Scholar Benefits Scholars will have 75 percent protected … Read More

OCTRI announces Oregon Students Learn and Experience Research trainees

The Oregon Students Learn and Experience Research program, within the Oregon Center for Clinical and Translational Research Institute, is pleased to announce the recipients of an NIH supported TL1 training award, AHRQ T32 training award and Summer OCTRI Student awards. This program supports early research experience for pre-doctoral medical, dental, graduate nursing, basic science, bioengineering, and pharmacy students, enhancing the pipeline of OHSU health professionals interested in clinical and translational research. These students will engage … Read More

Unique translational research training from American Society of Hematology

New scientists pursing a career in hematology may be interested in this unique year-long training opportunity from the American Society of Hematology (ASH) and the European Hematology Assocation (EHA) that is focused on helping scientists build successful careers in hematologic translational research, including pathogenesis, diagnostics, and experimental treatment of hematological disorders. Twenty early-career scientists from the U.S. and Europe will be selected to participate in the program, which begins with an intensive week-long course held … Read More

Human Investigations Program applications due July 15

The Human Investigations Program (HIP) trains scientists in the principles of and best practices in clinical and translational research. It offers an integrated clinical and translational education curriculum. Participants can obtain a Certificate in Human Investigations or a Master of Clinical Research degree – and a non-degree track allows enrollment in individual courses. The curriculum includes a wide variety of requirements and electives that will provide a rich background in human investigation – everything from the … Read More

Essentials of Grant Administration class moved to May

Updated 2/8/13: The February Essentials of Grant Administration class has been rescheduled to begin May 1. Contact Margaret Gardner with any questions. Enrollment is now open for Essentials of Grant Administration, intended for anyone who supports, coordinates, oversees, or otherwise engages in the administration of federally funded research grants. Whether you’re new to grant administration or you want to learn about the most current practices and resources, this course is for you. We address the … Read More

Kick Off 2013 with Research Administration Classes!

Launch into 2013 with a great line-up of learning opportunities from Research Administration Training & Education (RATE). January classes start as early as next week. Which of these fits your needs? Click the links below to view more information about each offering, including class times. Tuesday, January 8 Clinical Trials Administration: Post-award Finance Training Grants & Fellowships Thursday, January 10 RDA 101: Introduction to Research Administration Thursday, January 17 Research Administration Information Network (RAIN) InfoEd & … Read More

InfoEd & ePPQ Training, Dec. 12

Don’t forget: The Electronic Proposed Project Questionnaire (ePPQ) will become mandatory for applications submitted through Research Grants & Contracts starting January 1, 2013. Sign up for training today. Gain valuable hands-on experience by attending any of these upcoming classes. Knowledgeable Research Grants & Contracts staff walk attendees through the submission of grant applications and ePPQs using the InfoEd module. InfoEd – OHSU uses InfoEd for most NIH, CDC or AHRQ proposals that require electronic submission. Eventually, all proposals … Read More

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