Comments about Specialist Certificate in Clinical Research (Biomedical Research Management) - On Campus - Parkville - Victoria
Graduates of the Specialist Certificate in Clinical Research (Biomedical Research Management) will: * Have a high level understanding of the major activities involved in planning clinical research projects from start to finish; * Have skills in how to develop strategies to manage clinical research projects; * Understand the nuances, rationales, policies, risks and benefits of dealing with a variety of project stakeholders; * Understand the need to comply with regulatory requirements, the processes to fulfil this and be able to identify potential regulatory and legal pitfalls; * Be able to prepare and operate a budget for clinical research projects and adapt the budget to changing circumstances; * Understand what is required to develop a business plan for the commercial development of outcomes of clinical research; * Have the knowledge and tools for clinical research project implementation, including ongoing review, adaptation and risk management; * Be aware of a variety of leading edge developments in the biomedical research field; * Have the ability to apply the knowledge acquired in the Biomedical Research Management course to their own practical work situations through applied project work; * Have the ability to articulate the knowledge acquired in Biomedical Research Management in an appropriate form including reports and presentations; * Have the ability to demonstrate independent critical thought and exhibit superior analytic and problem-solving skills in Biomedical Research Management.
People from medical and allied health professions (such as nurses, pharmacists, physiotherapists etc) and others with a science-based background and qualifications seeking the opportunity to complete specialist formal training in a specific Clinical Research discipline.
Specialist Certificate in Clinical Research (Biomedical Research Management)
One subject worth 25 points
Subject Semester Credit Points
360-776 Biomedical Research Management
Students who successfully complete this subject will: Understand and be conversant with the major activities involved in planning clinical research projects from start to finishUnderstand and be able to develop strategies to manage clinical research ... Semester 1, Semester 2 12.50