MICHR offers a wealth of services that support investigators in conducting high-quality research at the University of Michigan.
The goal of this e-learning course is to enable learners to apply good clinical practice (GCP) principles to clinical research investigations involving human subjects as they specifically apply to social and behavioral research.
To address the need for consistent training and assessment of research skills, MICHR has collaborated three other universities to create the DIAMOND portal. The portal is a digital collection that serves as a sustainable, federated database for members of clinical and translational research study teams to share and access training and assessment resources.
Are you new to team science or not sure what it even is? The following videos will give you a taste of the skills, knowledge and resources that are important for doing team science well.
The videos were developed in collaboration with the Michigan Medicine Office of Faculty Development. Videos are based on the Top 10 Take Aways and other content from the National Cancer Institute’s Collaboration and Team Science: A Field Guide.
This session outlines the process of obtaining valid informed consent and will give you the opportunity to demonstrate necessary language and communication skills when interacting with potential study participants and their families.