Events

These trainings are sponsored by the Office of Clinical Research (OCR). If you have questions or suggestions, please email Lisa.Schoonerman@ucsf.edu.​

We are pleased to announce several upcoming classes for Clinical Research Coordinators (CRCs). Orientation, CRC 101 and CRC 102 are focused on basic knowledge that is beneficial for new staff as they start their clinical research career at UCSF. The target audience is new UCSF employees, but anyone who would like a refresher is welcome to participate. CRC 103, 104 and 105 are introductory level material applicable to new and existing CRCs at UCSF. We are also working on additional courses to offer later this year. Stay tuned, as we will be announcing those soon!

The Investigational New Drug Process (CRC 105)
This course will describe how to identify if your study requires an IND, types of INDs, and the scope of the application process. It will also discuss how to handle IND modifications, safety reports and annual reports. Audience: New or current CRCs with responsibilities on Interventional Studies. Prerequisites: none. Register here.

Complete list of class descriptions, locations and times — click on the course name to register on Eventbrite:

Mission Bay - MH-5700

These trainings are sponsored by the Office of Clinical Research (OCR). If you have questions or suggestions, please email Lisa.Schoonerman@ucsf.edu.​

We are pleased to announce several upcoming classes for Clinical Research Coordinators (CRCs). Orientation, CRC 101 and CRC 102 are focused on basic knowledge that is beneficial for new staff as they start their clinical research career at UCSF. The target audience is new UCSF employees, but anyone who would like a refresher is welcome to participate. CRC 103, 104 and 105 are introductory level material applicable to new and existing CRCs at UCSF. We are also working on additional courses to offer later this year. Stay tuned, as we will be announcing those soon!

Pre & Post-Award Tasks for CRCs (CRC 103)
The first section of this class covers the tasks that CRCs are responsible for prior to the award being granted (pre-award), including the understanding of study start-up procedures and implications for studies and patients. The second section of this class covers the tasks after the award is granted (post-award), including an understanding of billing and budgeting with a focus on coverage analysis and its impacts on the research process. Audience: New or current CRCs with responsibilities on Interventional Studies. Prerequisites: Review the HUB, Start-Up Diagram and the APEX Job Aid on the HUB. Register here.

Complete list of class descriptions, locations and times — click on the course name to register on Eventbrite:

This event is sponsored by PRIM&R. Learn more and register here.

For over 40 years, PRIM&R has hosted educational events where professionals gather to learn, deconstruct, discuss, and debate issues related to human subjects protections, research ethics, and oversight, and to network with colleagues in the field.

The 2018 Advancing Ethical Research Conference (AER18) will bring together more than 2,300 professionals from public and private institutions, the federal government, industry, and academia. The conference will include keynote addresses, panels, and breakout sessions designed to help build and strengthen effective human subjects protections programs that oversee research.

Thu, 11/15/2018 - 8:00am to Sat, 11/17/2018 - 5:00pm
San Diego