Education & Training

New DIAMOND Portal Allows CTSA Members to Access, Share Training and Assessment Materials

New DIAMOND Portal Allows CTSA Members to Access, Share Training and Assessment Materials

New DIAMOND Portal Allows CTSA Members to Access, Share Training and Assessment Materials

To address the need for consistent training, assessment, and measures of competency, MICHR has collaborated with three universities to launch the DIAMOND portal.  

The portal is a pioneering digital collection that serves as a database for members of clinical and translational research study teams to share and access training and assessment resources.

Learn About Culturally Aware Mentorship at November 29 Forum

Learn About Culturally Aware Mentorship at November 29 Forum

Learn About Culturally Aware Mentorship at November 29 Forum

Members of the U-M community who are involved in or interested in mentoring are invited to a November 29 forum on Culturally Aware Mentorship. During the forum, seven faculty members who contribute enormously to the research environment at U-M will be honored with the 2018 Distinguished Clinical and Translational Research Mentor Award.  

Research Basics Course Begins Transition to Online Availability

Research Basics Course Begins Transition to Online Availability

Research Basics Course Begins Transition to Online Availability

Starting in September, MICHR will offer Research Basics training online. Research Basics is currently a three-part series for Study Team members who work in health-related research. The new online portions of this training will soon be freely available, anytime, anywhere with internet access and will be replacing parts of the in-person training.

K Awardees Can Fulfill RCR Requirement With MICHR Course

K Awardees Can Fulfill RCR Requirement With MICHR Course

K Awardees Can Fulfill RCR Requirement With MICHR Course

MICHR is offering a free course for current K-grant awardees, focusing on responsible conduct of research (RCR). This series will help participants identify and address RCR issues in their own research and will satisfy related requirements of the NIH K23 application. Participants will receive mentoring from faculty experienced in RCR areas.

MICHR Staff Publishes Three Articles on Clinical Trials Training

MICHR Staff Publishes Three Articles on Clinical Trials Training

MICHR Staff Publishes Three Articles on Clinical Trials Training

Several MICHR faculty and staff members have published three articles about Good Clinical Practice. The articles, which were the result of MICHR’s work on a CTSA-wide initiative on clinical trials training, were published in the January issue of Journal of Clinical and Translational Science.

New E-Learning Course Covers Best Practices in Social and Behavioral Research

New E-Learning Course Covers Best Practices in Social and Behavioral Research

New E-Learning Course Covers Best Practices in Social and Behavioral Research

An e-learning course offered at U-M will fulfill the NIH good clinical practice requirement for clinical trial personnel, specifically those involved in social and behavioral research. An e-learning course offered at U-M will fulfill the NIH good clinical practice requirement for clinical trial personnel, specifically those involved in social and behavioral research.