Has to be discovered before it could be put into practice, and thoroughly analyzed. In this class you'll explore clinical study -- its challenges and its own huge benefits to modern health care. You may work through case studies and examine how research contributes to the treatment of major diseases, like cancer and dementia, analyzing the practice of conducting research as well as the ethical concerns raised. You are going to discover the way members of a research group, academics and participants in clinical studies contribute to this process of discovery. This special course is available 1-on-1 to high school students interested in learning clinical trials management and includes 20 hours of online courses.
Why join the course?
What topics will you cover? The basic principles of the scientific process, and their significance in making sure that clinical study provides accurate information and responses. The sources of clinical trials, and an understanding of how to run clinical studies have developed over time. How modern clinical trials have been conducted, the significance of minimising bias, and the role of techniques such as randomisation and control, and placebos and blinding. The impact of the digital revolution and big information on how clinical trials have been conducted, and the opportunities and challenges these present. The role that respect must play in clinical research and how we could make sure that research is performed in a means that's respectful to participants. How clinical study has been regulated in the United Kingdom and internationally. The significance of informed consent, the vital concepts related to acquiring legal consent from research participants, and the method of gaining informed consent. How the results of research are put in to practice. How the outcomes of research are reported and communicated to the broader world, and the significance of broadening seriously media reporting of clinical research. The methods by which clinical research is funded. Future directions, challenges and opportunities for clinical research. Who is this licensed by?
No previous knowledge is needed to take this course.
When would you like to begin? Available today What will you reach?
Reflect on what modern health care would look like without the benefit of previous clinical study, and evaluate the state of future health care if there be a deficiency of additional research. Summarise functions within a clinical study team and identify the role of the patient in the procedure. Explain the value of decreasing the possibility of bias when designing a clinical trial, and identify methods which are made to help achieve this. Assess the principles, regulations and best practices involved in clinical investigation, and clarify the three aims all investigators must consider in their work. Summarise the part of research ethics committees, and describe how their work is conducted. Research the practice of how analysis is put to practice, and reflect on historic and current day approaches. Evaluate the impact of the media in published research, and translate media headlines by discussing examples.
It needs to be of special interest to: pupils at school or college; undergraduates or postgraduates who are contemplating a career in health care or the life sciences; and health and social care professionals and practitioners who wish to discover more about the role of clinical study in enhancing health care.
This course has been certified by the CMC Certification Service as adapting to continuing skilled development principles. This course is intended for anyone who would like to find out more about modern health care, and the role of clinical discovery and research within it.