Introduction to clinical practice: practical course

 

Scientific research is one of the most important objectives for the Lisbon Academic Medical Centre (CAML).

Of its three areas - assistance, teaching and research - it is in this last activity that an institution like CAML must assert itself as a centre of excellence, both nationally and internationally.

In this context, clinical research acquires an increased importance, since it allows transforming and advancing knowledge, making it operational, thus improving the quality of care.

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3 razões para escolher este curso

1.

Para aprender a garantir o cumprimento do rigor ético e metodológico definido pela norma de Boas Práticas Clínicas bem como pela legislação nacional e europeia relativa aos ensaios clínicos

2.

Para uma abordagem prática à investigação científica e clínica

3.

Permite ter acesso a uma vasta cadeia de infraestruturas que o Centro Académico de Medicina de Lisboa agrega

Plano de Estudos

A FMUL tem um amplo conhecimento e uma extensa e relevante experiência em Investigação Clínica.

Objectives

 

General objectives

 

The Introduction to Clinical Research (CR) course is intended for PH.D. students and other health professionals of the CAML, as well as others interested in this area and who wish to have basic training in the design and analysis of clinical studies.

 

Specific Objectives

At the end of the course, students should:

  • Understand the techniques on the writing and presenting results of clinical studies;
  • Use a set of statistical tests to study results and know how to interpret the results;
  • Understand the structure and critically evaluate:
  1. diagnostic studies
  2. causality studies
  3. clinical trials
  4. prognostic studies
  5. systematic literature reviews
  • Describe the ethical imperatives linked to clinical research.

 

The Introduction to Clinical Research (CR) course is intended for PH.D. students and other health professionals of the CAML, as well as others interested in this area and who wish to have basic training in the design and analysis of clinical studies

 

Specific Objectives

At the end of the course, students should:

  • Understand the techniques of writing and presenting results of clinical studies;
  • Use a set of statistical tests to study results and know how to interpret the results;
  • Understand the structure and critically evaluate:
  1. diagnostic studies
  2. causality studies
  3. clinical trials
  4. prognostic studies
  5. systematic literature reviews

 

  • Describe the ethical imperatives linked to clinical research

Skills acquisition

 

At the end of the course, students will have gained a set of skills that will allow them to write a clinical research project for the purpose of obtaining a degree or clinical research activity.

Saídas Profissionais

After completing the course, students will be able to join clinical research teams and develop their skills in this area.

They may even be able to have a career in the pharmaceutical industry.

Being part of Pharmacy and Therapeutic Committees is another possibility.

Target Students

 

CAML doctoral students, interns and doctors at the CHLN, health professionals external to the CAML in addition to medicine, graduates in biology, pharmacy, biochemistry and related fields.

The course will start with a minimum of 10 enrolments and a maximum of 30.

 

The tuition fee may be paid, in full or in instalments, according to the terms and amounts indicated in the tuition fee determination for the academic year  2020/2021.

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