The ICSSC conducts various workshops and training sessions both on location or at FHI 360 headquarters in Research Triangle Park, NC. The ICSSC will soon make available web-based trainings in the form of live Webinars and self-guided
The Fundamentals of Clinical Research Workshop: This workshop provides an overview the essential aspects of conducting a clinical study as required by DMID. This workshop covers study design, biostatistics, data management, good clinical practice, ethics, field operations, safety oversight, etc. Sample Agenda
Data Management Workshops: The ICSSC conducts workshops on data management at various levels. These workshops cover GCP compliance, data management plan, CRFs, quality assurance, and programming among others. Sample Agenda
Science Writing Workshops: This workshop covers all aspects of the development and publication of a scientific manuscript. It includes an overview of each section of a manuscript, tips on writing, and strategies for getting published. Sample Agenda
Biostatistics Workshops: The ICSSC can conduct training on numerous biostatistics topics at a basic or advanced level as needed. The ICSSC has conducted workshops focused on study designs for observational and clinical trials. Sample- AdvancedBios/RCT)
Good Clinical Practice Workshop: This workshop covers the required international standards on the conduct of human subject research. It includes DMID policies, guidelines, and other regulations. Sample Agenda
Laboratory Safety and Quality Workshop: Topics to be covered in the workshop include classifying hazard/risk levels, quality and safety regulations, quality management system, and biosafety. Sample Agenda
Research Ethics Workshop: This workshop covers essential topics in the Protection of Human Research Participants. Sample Agenda
Attendance at these events is usually by invitation only, DMID-funded researchers can submit a request for an ICSSC event by using the Request Assistance form.
Thirteen self-guided online learning tutorials covering an array of data management topics typically offered in in face-to face training are now available. This online learning resource, like the face-to face workshops, focuses on the design and conduct of data management processes in accordance with GCP and 21 CFR Part 11 guidelines. The modules can be studied individually, as each module is self-contained, or as comprehensive training. In general, the modules take 30-60 minutes to complete with a quiz at the end of each unit.
Please note that this online training is available only for investigators funded by the DHHS/NIH/NIAID Division of Microbiology and Infectious Diseases (DMID).
Please contact Laura Phillips at email@example.com if you have any questions or are interested in participating in the program.
Good Clinical Practice: Offered through NIAID http://gcplearningcenter.niaid.nih.gov/Pages/default.aspx
Offered through FHI 360
Offered through the NIH office of Extramural Research http://phrp.nihtraining.com/users/login.php
Other useful Online Tutorials:Medline Interactive Tutorials