|CPD||1 CPD point per hour, subject to peer group approval|
To equip clinicians with the skills and confidence to get involved in research in their localities.
- Aware of why research matters to all psychiatrists/mental health workers.
- Knowledge of local and national research infrastructure.
- Basic knowledge of statistics, research ethics and ICH-GCP sufficient to be a co-investigator in a clinical trial.
- Aware of what is involved in developing own research ideas and what help is available.
- Able to write an abstract for a conference about own work
This course aims to equip clinicians with the skills and confidence to get involved in research in their localities. The interactive online training course will include the following sessions:
'How to get involved in research including Clinical Research Networks' – Dr Helen Bould
'How to publish: (crystal clear) points means prizes' - Professor Sam Chamberlain
'Statistics' – Dr Darren Dahly
'“But I'm not an academic!” How to develop research from a clinical perspective – Professor Vivienne Curtis
'How you can identify and apply for the research funding' – Professor Saeed Farooq
'PPI' – Dr Lindsey Sinclair
'Equality and diversity in research' - Dr Lade Smith
'Why research matters' – Dr Trudi Seneviratne
Other topics that will be covered over the two days include 'Research ethics', 'What types of research clinicians can get involved in' and 'Why ICH-GCP is required'.
A full programme will be released soon.
- Access to a reliable internet connection
- A PC, laptop, tablet or phone
- Google Chrome or Microsoft Edge browser or Zoom installed on your PC, laptop, tablet or phone
You do not need to have a Zoom account to attend.
It is your responsibility to ensure you have read and understood the guidelines before the event.