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Introduction to Clinical Research Training (ICRT) Program

May 18, 2016

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I wanted to let you know about a groundbreaking program from Harvard Medical School that I direct called the Introduction to Clinical Research Training (ICRT) Program. The ICRT program utilizes an innovative, blended-learning approach. Two face-to-face workshops, each three days in length, flank the six-month core curriculum, combining traditional live teaching methods with online instruction, team projects and interactive webinars. This unique mix of individual and cooperative learning provides each student with strong critical thinking skills, while also exposing them to the challenges and opportunities of collaborative research efforts.

KEY FEATURES:
Six-month research training designed for physicians interested in patient-oriented clinical research
Top teaching faculty from Harvard Medical School and affiliated institutions
Combination of online learning and two intensive 3 day workshops in Dubai, UAE:
First Workshop: Sunday, December 4 – Tuesday, December 6, 2016
Second Workshop: Saturday, May 27 – Monday, May 29, 2017

APPLICATION INFORMATION:
Applications are Open now
Applicants should have an MBBS, MD, PhD, DDS, PharmD, DNP, or equivalent degree.

APPLICATION DEADLINE: Monday, October 31, 2016, 12:00 pm (EDT)
The ICRT program application is available here.
For more information please visit the ICRT website here view the program details here or send email to icrt@hms.harvard.edu.

ICRT instructors

ICRT faculty Dr. Garcia-Larsen of Imperial College London, and Drs. Christopher and Quraishi of Harvard Medical School

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ICRT Students and Faculty

ICRT Graduation Mosaic

ICRT Graduation

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ICRT Graduation

The views expressed on this post are those of Kenneth Christopher, MD and do not necessarily reflect the views of his employer Partners HealthCare, his hospital, department or division.

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