Project Management Fundamentals for Research and Clinical Trials
*Updated and Expanded!
Clinical Trials and research involving humans more generally, can be considered some of the most complex projects to manage. They are bound by factors such as time, resources, and quality and make important contributions to the health and wellbeing of populations, communities, and individuals.
Yet traditionally we have not applied standard project management strategy, unlike just about every other industry and sector which have adopted and embedded these practices. By applying these accepted techniques to research we can provide greater assurance to funders and participants that research will achieve its aims – on time, on budget and to accepted quality standards.
This workshop will introduce key elements of what it takes to manage projects successfully and methodically in a research or clinical trials setting by applying established and recognised project management methodologies. You will walk away with a renewed sense of confidence and a tool kit of resources to help get you started – or to build on current systems and processes.
At the completion of this session, you will be able to:
About the Facilitators
Dr Tim Dyke: Executive coach and facilitator.
Tim has had a diverse career over 35 years that has been people and performance centred.
Tim has also been an academic, a veterinary surgeon, a researcher, a principal scientist and has had 11 years as a senior executive in research ethics governance and policy for the NMHRC.
$550pp plus GST
Discounts apply for groups of 10 or more.
2022 Virtual Workshop Dates
February 2022 (date TBA)
Need training on demand?
This session can also be conducted at your location for groups of 10 or more. Ask us about this today.
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