We run a regular calendar of events and training opportunities both promoting research and supporting local clinical staff to access the training they need to be involved in research.
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Training courses (internal and external)
- Good Clinical Practice (GCP) training – International quality standard for clinical research. UHSussex requires that researchers undertake GCP training every two years.
- Principal Investigator (PI) Essentials workshop – An interactive session for those new to the role of PI or preparing to do so.
- Informed consent training – Provides a foundation upon which to build a valid informed consent process in to good research practice.
- Principal Investigator (PI) Masterclass (further details to follow soon) – A masterclass session specifically for existing PIs designed to promote and enhance effective management and oversight of studies.
- Research awareness workshop (further details to follow soon) – Research awareness sessions for staff whose wards or departments support research and are involved in multicentre or locally-led research studies.
- Evidence Based Practice course – An in-depth, six day course for health professionals looking at evidence based practice, including research methodology and planning. (Accredited for 15 university credits at Level 6 or Level 7.)
- Clinical Trials Management CPD course – A five day course for health professionals who currently hold active roles in clinical trials: the masters level course explores all aspects of clinical trials management, including study design, set up and ongoing management.
- One to one consultations – Book a one to one session with one of our specialist research staff.
- Drop in sessions – Turn up to one of our drop in sessions to discuss your research ideas, research project or find out more about the processes and steps involved in running a research project.
- Clinical Librarians – Invaluable resource available to help with search strategies, literature searches, critical appraisal skills and more.
- Other local sources of support.
- Research mini seminar series – Short seminars running weekly for six weeks to coincide with the Trust annual evidence based practice training.
- Research talks – Regular research talks running through the year hosted by the Trust and featuring external guest speakers.
- Research Conference – Annual conference showcasing research within the Trust to inspire others.