Group viewing dates scheduled for NIH Clinical Research Training
Registration is now closed.
The Office of Regulatory Affairs has scheduled optional group viewing dates for video recordings in the 2012-13 NIH course "Introduction to the Principles and Practice of Clinical Research"(IPPCR) at Olds Hall on Fridays (11:30am-1:30pm) until the end of March 2013.
As a registered participant, you can still view archives of the video presentations and handouts at your convenience (anytime 48 hours after the live presentations). This group video viewing is just another option to structure your completion of the course during the next few months.
- Presentation Topics and Olds Hall Group Viewing SCHEDULE.pdf - NEW
- Archive login - Recordings of the live presentations and session handouts are placed in the Archive within 48 hours. See additional info on logging in below.*
- Group Viewing Option - A room is now reserved on most Fridays (11:30am-1:30pm) to view and discuss recent presentations with other MSU colleagues, including IRB staff. See the schedule above for info on these meeings.
- Textbook - MSU persons can access the optional course textbook through the MSU online library. Excerpts available at goo.gl/15qXg. Another option is to purchase a hardcopy.
You may view as many videos as you choose. Registered participants now have password access to weekly video presentations and handouts from experts in clinical research during October 16, 2012 - March 26, 2013.
Archive Login. You should have received an NIH email about 24 hours after registering that will give you more information about the start of class. After the first live presentations, you will be notified to return to the NIH course page (http://www.cc.nih.gov/training/training/ippcr/info.html) to login to the 2012-13 Videos and Handouts Archive (view screenshot). Videos are uploaded generally within 48 hours after the live presentation.
During the next few months, Paul Quinlan, associate professor, Department of Psychiatry, will occasionally email participants from the MSU area to offer discussion on the coursework.
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