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Mar 18, 2016 by Joan Butler (joanb)
CRA 6203 : Partnerships with Human Subjects
Fri, 18 Mar 2016 17:36:00 GMT
Wed, 28 Oct 2015 23:51:54 GMT
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Clinical Research Administration (CRA)
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CRA-BSMS: Clinical Research Administration
CRA-GC: Clinical Research Administration
CRA-MSHS: Clinical Research Administration
CRARA-BSMS: Clinical Research Administration and Regulatory Affairs
RAFF-MSHS: Regulatory Affairs
School of Medicine and Health Sciences
Clinical Leadership (CL)
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Partnerships with Human Subjects
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Partnerships w/Human Subjects
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Regulatory, policy, ethical, and practical considerations associated with the engagement, recruitment, retention, and interaction with human research subjects.
By the end of the course, students will be able to: • Apply regulatory and ethical considerations to decision-making activities involving recruitment and retention of human subjects in clinical trials as well as the dissemination of clinical trial results to patients by evaluating past and current practices with human subject participants. • Evaluate the definition and meaning of partnership, relationship and engagement with patients in the context of clinical research and how these influence societal perceptions of clinical research at large and individual decisions to participate in clinical research activity. • Analyze various methods and their effectiveness for enhancing clinical trial participation and engagement of patient populations within the subject recruitment and retention planning process.
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