Courses are offered for a variety of academic subjects. These classes provide students with an educational experience that can help them enhance their job skills or pursue a new career.
What are courses in biomedical research? These courses fall under a broad category of science that focuses on the treatment and prevention of diseases. Students generally learn the research methods used to identify the relationship between disease, illness and death in humans and animals. Courses may include genetic engineering in medicine, agriculture and law, research training in genes, genetics and genomics, and research concepts and strategies. Depending on the program, clinical internships may be available to participants. Additionally, students can interact with professionals in the field, gaining insight into the do’s and don’ts of clinical biomedical research.
Students taking courses in biomedical research have the opportunity to improve their research and communication skills, which can help them qualify for high-paying jobs. They can gain management skills, which is beneficial in their private lives.
Universities have different fee structures for courses in biomedical research. With that said, it’s recommended that students contact schools to learn more about the required fees.
In general, there is a positive job outlook for students taking courses in biomedical research. There’s a thriving industry dedicated to investing money and resources into immunology, biotechnology, vaccine research, genomic research and stem cell research. This opens the door to vast employment opportunities. Students can work for academic institutions, biotechnology companies, medical device companies, government research institutions or pharmaceutical companies. Graduates can launch careers as clinical research associates, clinical research coordinators, data managers or business development specialists.
There are a variety of learning options available for courses in biomedical research. Online classes are a popular choice for many students. Search for your program below and contact directly the admission office of the school of your choice by filling in the lead form.
Clinical Training Scholars at RVC develop the specialist-level research skills and clinical experience needed to rise to the top of their chosen field
Clinical Training Scholars
Clinical Training Scholars at RVC develop the specialist-level research skills and clinical experience needed to rise to the top of their chosen field. Interns (Junior Clinical Training Scholars) and residents (Senior Clinical Training Scholars) work alongside world-class academic staff and gain access to the diverse caseload of the College’s hospitals, with exposure to every facet of clinical problem-solving and the management of patients.
Many scholars also spend time on placement in other diagnostic laboratories or clinical centres to broaden their experience.
RVC Clinical Training Scholarships are for qualified veterinarians. Graduates are equipped with the skills required to work at a specialist level, and provide appropriate exposure to clinical and diagnostic caseload. Senior Clinical Training Scholars register for a Masters degree, the MVetMed....
Hear the latest expert evidence from The Lancet Maternal Health Series and learn what you can do to improve maternal healthcare.
Improve the quality of and access to maternal health services.
Imagine a woman in a remote village, perhaps in Africa or South Asia. She’s giving birth at home with a relative. Without access to drugs or transport, she could die. While maternal deaths have nearly halved in the past 25 years worldwide, thanks to the increased use of maternity services, progress has not been universal.
This online course explores the state of maternal health globally, based on The Lancet Maternal Health Series. You will review the latest evidence from experts, and learn what is needed to ensure good-quality, woman-centered maternal healthcare for all.
What topics will you cover?
The shifting burden of the epidemiology of global maternal health, how it has changed and key drivers
Capability and coverage of maternal health care including where and how women give birth; linking women to routine and emergency care; facility capability and staffing
Quality maternal health care and how it relates to evidence-based medicine and respectful care
Poor quality maternal health care including “too much, too soon” and “too little, too late”, and how care can be improved
Navigating the future of global maternal health including evolving priorities, challenges, and opportunities in the Sustainable Development
Goal era including shocks; innovations; partnership and advocacy; financing; developing better data collection and research
What will you achieve?
Explore workplace-based assessment methods and how to use them effectively in practice with this course for clinical supervisors.
Explore new models to provide feedback to and support your students and trainees
This online course will focus on the principles of workplace-based assessment and commonly used workplace-based assessment tools. It will show you how to apply these as part of your clinical supervision.
You’ll learn the importance of assessing competence and progression among your students and trainees.
You’ll also look at models to observe performance and provide effective feedback and explore strategies to identify and support learners who are in difficulty.
What topics will you cover?
WPBAs: supervisor and trainee perspectives
Learners in difficulty
What will you achieve?
On this free online course, find out how medical treatments are discovered, tested and evaluated to improve healthcare for all.
Everything we do in healthcare has to be discovered and thoroughly tested before it can be put into practice. In this course, you will explore clinical research – its challenges and its huge benefits to modern healthcare. You will work through case studies and examine how research contributes to the treatment of major diseases, such as cancer and dementia, examining the process of conducting research and the ethical questions raised. You will learn how members of a research team, academics and participants in clinical research all contribute to this process of discovery.
What topics will you cover?
The fundamental principles of the scientific process, and their importance in ensuring that clinical research delivers accurate information and answers.
The origins of clinical trials, and how an understanding of how to conduct clinical research has developed over time.
How modern clinical trials are conducted, the importance of minimising bias, and the role of techniques such as randomisation and control, and placebos and blinding.
The impact of the digital revolution and big data on how clinical trials are conducted, and the opportunities and challenges these present.
The importance of ensuring that clinical research is ethical and the key principles that are essential to ensuring that clinical trials are set up and conducted in an ethically sound manner.
The role that respect has to play in clinical research and how we can ensure that research is carried out in a way that is respectful to participants.
How clinical research is regulated in the United...
The course will point out most recent researches and clinical applied issues about the role of muscle exercise on both healthy subjects and patients affected by different
The course will point out most recent researches and clinical applied issues about the role of muscle exercise on both healthy subjects and patients affected by different types of primary or secondary neuromuscular disorders.
The focus course will be on physiopathology, methodological issues, diagnostic criteria and therapeutical advances, particularly on the management of core manifestations of exercise intolerance such as fatigue and its correlates.
Who can apply
National and international undergraduate and postgraduate students, residents, Ph.D. students, and post-doc
This online medical course will address two important topics in causal epidemiologic research, namely confounding and effect modification. These topics will be discussed
Advanced Topics in Causal Research
This online medical course will address two important topics in causal epidemiologic research, namely confounding and effect modification. These topics will be discussed in the context of both etiologic research and observational intervention research. Effect modification and confounding are difficult concepts to understand and often mixed up. In this course, the theory, as well as the practical side of these issues, will be discussed.
One particular problem in causal research is that the observed relation between a determinant and an outcome is attributed to that determinant, while in fact the observed relation should be attributed to another variable. This form of bias often referred to as confounding, is central in this course. Other sources of bias, notably missing data and measurement error are not addressed in detail....
Prognosis is a key concept in patient care. However, although prognostic research is becoming increasingly important in clinical medicine, the actual methodology behind i
Prognosis is a key concept in patient care. However, although prognostic research is becoming increasingly important in clinical medicine, the actual methodology behind it is relatively underdeveloped.
The purpose of this course is to redress this imbalance. We will, therefore, discuss the principles and methods of non-experimental prognostic research, together with the practice of prognostic research in a clinical setting. The emphasis will be on learning about the design and statistical analysis of prognostic studies, the construction and estimation of prediction rules, the various approaches to validation, and the generalization of research results. You will also learn how to address the challenges of dealing with small data sets....
This course focuses on qualitative health systems research. Participants gain experience in each step of the qualitative research process and learn ways to enhance the ut
This course focuses on qualitative health systems research. Participants gain experience in each step of the qualitative research process and learn ways to enhance the utilization of research results.
This course is tropEd accredited and can be followed as a stand-alone course or as part of the Master in International Health or the Master in Public Health programmes.
Policy makers, managers and service providers in the health system need to be able to select appropriate research methods to better understand and address the problems they face. This course specifically focuses on qualitative health systems research. The course also discusses which methods should be used to answer different health system research questions....
The course gives an introduction to the use of GIS in disease control programmes and provides knowledge and basic skills on how GIS can be used for disease control, focus
The course ‘Using GIS in disease control programmes’ jointly organized by KIT and the International Institute for Geo-Information Science and Earth Observation (ITC) Enschede, combines expertise in geographic information systems and its application in disease control.
The course gives an introduction to the use of GIS in disease control programmes and provides knowledge and basic skills on how GIS can be used for disease control, focusing on the epidemiological assessment of disease burden and the improvement of programmatic planning and management. Participants can choose from a range of practical case studies to tailor the course to their own needs.
During the first week in Enschede, participants will be familiarized with key concepts and techniques in GIS, with an emphasis on developing basic software operating skills (ESRI ArcGIS vs 10.1 desktop)....
The course covers 110 modules a CRA must know like the back of their hand. Based on your goals, we establish an hourly study schedule in your day to finish each module.
Visit www.ccrpcourse.com for more information for clinical research training cost and clinical research certification modules.
CCRP Course / CCRP Course
Clinical Research Associate Training Course is a 110 module course led by Senior CRA and Physician of 25 Years, Dr.Kamal. This course provides the training, experience, interviewing, letter of references, and connections you need to get a job supervising clinical research efforts. We offer clinical research associate training and placement for nurses, science bachelor graduates, and international medical graduates.
Over 1.9 million students receive a bachelors of science every year. While a few go on to Ph.D., Masters, and Medical programs; many are ready to start their career. As a new student applying to the science job market, you may only find internships or recognize that even entry-level science jobs require 1-2 years of experience. More so, you may realize many of these jobs require intense labor in the lab, or just did not meet your expectations for your science degree. This is why a career as a CRA should be considered....