8th December 2018, 04:41 PM
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Which are the courses available to study Clinical Research after graduation?

I have completed D.Pharm and B.Sc in Chemistry. For, further studies in clinical research what should I do? Which are the courses available for higher studies like doing my Masters in Clinical Research?

19th June 2023, 05:24 PM
Hera tabrez
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Default Re: Which are the courses available to study Clinical Research after graduation?

Some of the courses are
* Certificate in Clinical Research
*Diploma and PG Diploma in Clinical Research
*MSc in Clinical Research
*Doctorate course in Clinical Research
Some of the job roles of MSc Clinical Research are
Clinical Research Associate
Clinical Research Analyst
Clinical Research Project coordinator
Biostatistician etc
Admission is granted on the basis of entrance exam to PG /masters clinical research course.
30th June 2023, 11:13 PM
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Default Re: Which are the courses available to study Clinical Research after graduation?

After graduation, there are several courses available for studying Clinical Research. These courses can help you gain the necessary knowledge and skills to pursue a career in the field. Here are some common options:

1. Master's in Clinical Research: Many universities offer Master's degree programs specifically in Clinical Research. These programs provide in-depth knowledge of clinical trial design, data analysis, regulatory compliance, and ethical considerations in research.

2. Postgraduate Diploma in Clinical Research: This diploma program focuses on the practical aspects of clinical research, including study design, data management, monitoring, and quality assurance. It is a shorter program compared to a Master's degree.

3. Certificate Programs: There are various certificate programs available that provide specialized training in specific areas of clinical research, such as clinical trial management, pharmacovigilance, regulatory affairs, and clinical research coordination. These programs are often shorter in duration and can be completed alongside work or other studies.

4. Online Courses: Numerous online platforms and educational institutions offer online courses in clinical research. These courses cover various aspects of the field and are often self-paced, allowing you to study at your own convenience.

5. Clinical Research Associate (CRA) Training: Some organizations provide specialized training programs for individuals interested in becoming Clinical Research Associates. These programs focus on the responsibilities of CRAs, including site monitoring, data collection, and regulatory compliance.
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