Office for Human Subjects Protection Core Training - Module 9 Essential Documentation

The goal of the core training modules is to cultivate an advanced understanding of research topics. This is module 9 in a series of 10 learning modules. Each of the modules in this series covers a different topic area.

Learning Objectives
  1. Define essential documentation and determine what type of documentation must be maintained, based on the nature of the research
  2. Differentiate between source documentation and study documentation
  3. Apply best practices in developing and maintaining study documentation
  4. Summarize good documentation practices
Competencies
Clinical trial operations
Study and site management
Data management and informatics
UR-CTSI
Level
Fundamental
Time Required
1 hour
Fee
No
Delivery Method
Online
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Submitted by CLIC Admin on Sun, 01/10/2021 - 23:11 . Last modified on 02/18/2021