Full schedule of CRS classes planned for fall
The Office of Research Compliance has a full schedule of Certified Research Specialist classes planned for fall. Make plans to attend classes to earn or renew your CRS credential, or just to stay current on research best practices. All classes are to be held on the UAMS campus unless otherwise specified.
Live class schedule:
Essentials for Quality Human Subject Research, Sept. 21, 9-4 (required)
Developing a Research Protocol, Sept. 29, 11-12 (required)
Advanced Protocol Development, Oct. 6, 11-12 (elective)
Protocol Deviations Oct. 10, 1-2 (required)
Reportable New Information and the IRB, Oct. 19, 1-2 (required)
Advanced Research Ethics, Oct. 24, 9-1 (required)
Research Billing, Oct. 27, 12-1, (required)
Research Misconduct, Nov. 7, 9-1 (required)
CRS training UAMS Northwest Arkansas campus (in Fayetteville, AR). Nov. 7, 1-4:30, continuing Nov. 8, 8:30-11:30 (required)
Writing Standard Operating Procedures, Nov. 9, 11-1 pm (required)
Webinar classes: See the full schedule here. These are great for earning continuing education credits. Course topics include proposed changes to the ICH guidelines; 21 CFR 11 compliance (electronic data); and returning of individual research results to subjects.
You can register for classes through Training Tracker. For more information about all education offerings, check out the Office of Research Compliance website. This link also will lead you to more information about the Certified Research Specialist program.