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Digital Technology in Clinical Research and Clinical Trials Foundational Course

Mastering Mobile and Digital Technologies

Digital technology has the potential to profoundly transform the Clinical Trial process. Many types of trials will benefit from this technology, enhancing the investigative and the quality process.

It is now vital for those who are considering using mobile technologies in the clinical trial and research process to have a general understanding of the framework to build a foundation for successful implementation.

Course Overview - Click Here for Syllabus Preview

Description 5 Modules each contains articles and at least 1 video
Time Commitment An average of 10-12 hours for course
Evaluation 5 quizzes and 1 Case Study
Credit Certificate will be earned upon successful completion of the course. 1.2 CEUs may also be earned. 

Target Audience
  • Project leaders, data managers, informaticists and any research personnel considering using mobile technology in clinical trials.
  • Business managers or IT professionals who are responsible for assisting research teams with selecting digital technologies and vendors.
  • Study coordinators, principal investigators, or other site personnel who plan to incorporate digital technologies and mobile health devices into their clinical research or research studies.

Course Instructor: Anita Walden (biography in Syllabus), Instructor University of Arkansas for Medical Science

Course Access: You will have 30 days from date of purchase to complete this course.