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Practical Research Methods program agenda (PDF 598KB)

The George Institute provides a range of training programs and courses for education and training in research. These training opportunities are led by experts who provide key insights into becoming an effective researcher.

Here are our upcoming courses:

 

Practical Research Methods

The program runs for five days:

  • Monday 3 December 2018: 9am – 5pm
  • Tuesday 4 December 2018: 9am – 4.30pm, dinner 6pm – 8pm
  • Wednesday 5 December 2018: 9am – 4pm
  • Thursday 6 December 2018: 9am – 4pm
  • Friday 7 December 2018: 9am – 2pm

Venue

Hub Seminar Room
The George Institute
Level 5, 1 King Street
Newtown NSW 2042

Fees: ¥40,000.00 CNY*

Fee includes flights, accommodation incl. breakfast, business travel visa, refreshments over the five days, and the formal dinner on the second night. If you require group pricing, or a training program only price, please provide us your requirements when you register for the program.

*Price quoted in CNY (China Yuan Renminbi)

About this program

With the aim of building research capacity, the Practical Research Methods training program provides an excellent opportunity to gain skills in research knowledge sharing, information exchange, and to network with the George Institute’s team of leading world-class researchers.

The program provides an introductory overview on clinical research and focuses on:

  • Choosing and developing an appropriate study design
  • Implementing a study
  • Analysing and interpreting study results
  • Disseminating research findings

You will have the opportunity to apply your learning from a series of lectures, and to put forward problems that you encounter in thinking about organising research within your daily work in a series of active learning sessions throughout the 5 day program, including a group presentation of a sample protocol in outlining a research topic on the final day.

Learning outcomes

Upon completion of the course, you will have gained an understanding of:

  • An introduction to Epidemiology including:
    - Choosing the right study design,
    - Observational studies; and
    - Intervention studies
  • An introduction to Biostatistics including:
    - sample size calculations, and
    - planning and reporting statistical analysis;
  • Managing data quality in clinical research projects;
  • Preparing funding applications; and
  • How to write, present and publish your research.

A Certificate of Attendance will be presented to each participant on the final day.

Materials supplied

Full set of course notes.

Refreshments

Morning tea, lunch and afternoon tea will be provided each day. The cost of the dinner on the second night is also included.

Program agenda

For further information, download the program agenda (PDF 598KB).

 

REGISTER YOUR INTEREST

 

Please note: Workshops are limited to 20 participants.