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UC Davis CRC Basic 2.0 Training Program
CTSC Clinical Trial Resources is pleased to announce our CRC Basic 2.0 training program.
CRC Basic 2.0 is designed for investigators and staff who wish to improve their competency in the field of clinical research management. Upon completion of the Basic 2.0 program, participants will be prepared to coordinate clinical research projects from study initiation to close out in compliance with Good Clinical Practice (GCP) Guidelines. The course specifically addresses local implementation of GCP in performing day-to-day clinical research activities at UC Davis.
The CRC Basic 2.0 training program is organized into 9 modules (listed below). Each module consists of a 60 minutes lecture, a 45 minutes hands-on training/exercise (e.g., mock clinical trial budget analysis and serious adverse event report). Certificates of completion are issued after completion of the post-module on-line quizzes and eligible for a 3.0-hour continuing education credit (for each module) towards CNE, SoCRA or ACRP.
Participants can sign-up for the individual modules or the entire course. Those completed the entire course will receive the Certificate of Completion of CRC Basic 2.0. Each module is limited to 12 participants.
9/25/2012 Introduction to GCP. Lynn Smith, Consultant, Huron Life Sciences, Chicago, IL
10/10/2012 Informed Consent Bootcamp. Kate Marusina, PhD, MBA, Manager, CTSC; Denise Owensby, CCRP, Supervisor, CTSC,
10/26/2012 Study Management. Martha Robinson, Clinical Research Supervisor, Neurosurgery, UCDMC; Caren Galloway, CRC, Neurosurgery
11/30/2012 Medicare Coverage Analysis. Susan Bruce, CPC, CTSC
01/11/2013 Clinical Trial Budgets. Julie Calahan, Clinical Trial Budget Analyst
02/08/2013 IRB Submissions. Miles McFann, Analyst, IRB Administration, UC Davis
03/08/2013 Adverse Events and Protocol Deviations. Elizabeth Mathis, CRC, Gastroenterology
04/05/2013 Study Documentation. Michelle Cregan, CRC, Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
05/10/2013 Handling Investigational Drugs. Joyce Lee, Pharm D., Investigational Drug Services
Questions? Contact Kate Marusina, firstname.lastname@example.org
Clinical and Translational Sciences Center
2921 Stockton Blvd
University of California, Davis, Clinical and Translational Sciences Center
About CTSC Clinical Trials Resource Group
We provide broad range of support services to the UC Davis Research Community, streamlining the path to regulatory approval of human subject protocols and maintaining the regulatory compliance for the duration of the study.
Services We Offer
1. Logistical support to clinical research protocols
2. Education and training of investigators and staff
3. Clinical trials monitoring