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2023 Learning Series for Community Leaders

January 2023

Supporting the Vision of Strong Communities

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February 2023

Research 101: Basics of Research Design and Methods

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March 2023

Florida Health Charts

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April 2023

Qualitative, Community-Engaged and Community-based Participatory Research

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May 2023

Simplifying the Mysteries of Epidemiology: A Journey from Basics to Real-World Applications

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June 2023

How to Win at DICE: Diversity and Inclusivity Create Excellence

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July 2023

Turning Problems into Treasures with Quality Improvement

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Special Edition: ACTS 2 Project

ACTS 2 Project: African-American Alzheimer's Caregiver Training and Support

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August 2023

Logic Models, Work Plans and Performance Metrics

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September 2023

Grant Writing

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October 2023

Writing a Health Needs Assessment

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November 2023

Literature Review

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NCRT-CE Research Training Series

Introduction and Overview

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Introduction to Research

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Research Design I

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Research Design II

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Introduction to Biostatistics

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Hypothesis Testing

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Dissemination of Research Findings

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Institutional Review Boards (IRBs)

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WORKSHOP SERIES

The Research Professionals Network offers a monthly series of peer-led, collaborative workshops focused on topics relevant to our research professional staff and based in the Joint Task Force for Clinical Trial Competency Framework. Come learn from your colleagues’ expertise and experiences! Workshops are taught by peer staff from the collaborating sites: BMC/BU Medical Campus, University of Vermont (and affiliate Maine Medical Center), University of Florida (and affiliate Florida State University), and Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC).

Workshops will take place via Zoom. Pre-registration is required. Please note that you must use your institutional/work email to register. If you need an exception to this requirement, please contact Mary-Tara Roth at mtroth@bu.edu.

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IRB-Required Research Training

 

CITI HUMAN SUBJECTS PROTECTIONS & GOOD CLINICAL PRACTICE (GCP) TRAINING

Per FSU IRB policy, all engaged research faculty and staff must be appropriately trained in the protection of human subjects. Additional GCP training is required for study teams engaged in investigator-initiated or sponsored clinical trials. FSU offers both certifications through the Collaborative Institutional Training Initiative (CITI) online training. Proof of training completion is required for IRB approval.

 

Visit the FSU Office of Research CITI Training Requirements guide to learn more.

 


Last Updated: Wednesday, May 15, 2024 at 8:37 AM