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Training Course Summaries

We offer the following seminars for HSC faculty, staff and students. These seminars will help you be a better researcher through better grant writing. These seminars will give you exposure to available funding opportunities.

Good Clinical Practice NIH Modules

The course was designed to promote investigator and staff compliance with the thirteen principles of GCP. Topics include History of ICH GCP, Elements of Informed Consent, Reporting of adverse and serious adverse events, and Protocol Deviations. Special emphasis is placed on vulnerable populations in clinical research and the phases of a clinical trial. Guidance on navigating FDA audits concludes the course. Faculty and staff are encouraged to attend this training.

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History of Good Clinical Practice and Introduction to IRB Protocols - Lab A

In Lab A, learners are introduced to the principles and history of Good Clinical Practice. Learners explore an IRB packet, critiquing and examining protocol, consent, and conduct documents.

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Informed Consent - Lab B

In Lab B, learners explore the informed consent process through role-plays and enrollment scenarios. Finally, learners are introduced to the types of events that may occur in a clinical trial under GCP.

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Protocol Deviations, Violations and Data Management Plans - Lab C

Learners will identify and analyze protocol violations and deviations and create a DSMP corrective action plan for quality assurance.

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FDA Audits, ClinicalTrials.gov and Budgeting for Clinical Trials Practice - Lab D

This lab covers the FDA audit process as it applies to clinical trials, explore best practices for navigating FDA audits, and provide local resources and final recommendations. As well, as details about ClinicalTrials.gov and budgeting for clinical trials.

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Pediatric Clinical Trials

Learners are introduced to key concepts in pediatric research and explore design considerations related to pediatric research.

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Responsible Budgeting for Clinical Trials

Learn to develop a budget for an industry-sponsored clinical trial, how to identify costs in a clinical trial, the types of costs in a budget and about Standard of Care vs. Research.

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CTSC Database Overview

This informational session with Kevin Wesley provides an overview to data resources available to HSC researchers through the CTSC. Topics include how to request data through the CTSC Clinical Data Warehouse.

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RedCap Basic Training

Beginning class for learning REDCap. Learn your way around the interface. Create a basic project and survey.

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REDCap Beyond the Basics

Picks up where the Basic Training class leaves off. Learn more about enhancing your basic REDCap projects with additional functionality. Topics include longitudinal functions, the project data dictionary, automated surveys, double-data-entry and more.

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Data Management Planning

The story of your data from collection to curation is what we develop and document in what has been referred to as a data management plan. Together we can gather the requirements, apply best practices and preserve your research in such a way that even the google searcher can find the results you intend to share. Let the library be your partner in creating well-rounded, reproducible and preserved story of your research from collection to curation. Let’s move from good intentions to good practices. Please contact Lori Sloan, HISLIC Data Manager to register.

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Bridging the Gap: Commercialization for Clinical Researchers

The course promotes biomedical entrepreneurship, technology transfer, management, small business finance, and other business skills needed to move basic discoveries and technologies out of the lab and into commercial products that improve patient care and enhance human health.

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Basic Practical Team Science

Participants in this fast-paced course will learn a variety of approaches to understanding and engaging in team science.

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Basic NIH Grantsmanship

With a focus on best practices in strategy and decision-making, this course introduces learners to the key elements involved in a successful NIH grant application.

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R Series Advanced NIH Grantsmanship

This advanced workshop introduces learners with familiarity about the NIH grant process to strategies and best practices in writing NIH grants. We focus on the most important elements in an NIH grant application: Specific Aims, Project Summary, Abstract, and Biosketch.

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AHRQ Grant Basics

This course introduces learners to the Agency for Healthcare Research, Quality, and its funding priorities.

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PCORI Grantsmanship Basics

This course introduces the essentials of pursuing a Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI) grant.

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SBIR/STTR Funding Mechanisms

The Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) and Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) provide a major bridge between academic research and business impact. This 90-minute course answers questions essential to anyone considering an SBIR or STTR pursuit.

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Equipment S10 Grantsmanship

This one-hour course provides an opportunity to learn proven strategies for securing S10 grants that support purchases of state-of-the-art commercially available instruments to enhance research of NIH–funded investigators.


Responsive HRSA Grantsmanship

With a focus on best practices in strategy and decision-making, this course introduces learners to the key elements involved in a successful HRSA grant application.

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Data Management Planning

The story of your data from collection to curation is what we develop and document in what has been referred to as a data management plan. Together we can gather the requirements, apply best practices and preserve your research in such a way that even the google searcher can find the results you intend to share. Let the library be your partner in creating well-rounded, reproducible and preserved story of your research from collection to curation. Let’s move from good intentions to good practices. Please contact Lori Sloan, HISLIC Data Manager to register.

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Introduction to Radiation Safety

This course is to meet the needs of a technician who has minimal experience working with radioactive materials (RAM), and who is not familiar with regulations, policies, and procedures that relate to radiation source use. Successful completion of this course is a prerequisite to working independently under an approved UNM permit.

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IRB 101

Provides a brief history of ethics in research, an overview of IRB processes and requirements and the basics on how to make study submissions.

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Reportable New Information

During the course of research, investigators may encounter events that are unexpected in nature, potentially adverse, and/or can affect the potential risks or conduct of the research. Attend this course to learn what to report and what not to report.

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Click IRB: Best Practices

Learn about IRB submission basics, common errors, and how to avoid them.

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Study Documents

Learn about regulatory binders, maintenance, version logs, archival and retention.

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All About Protocols

Learn how to use available templates, and about what the reviewers look for, as well as required elements.

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All About Consents

Learn how to use available templates, about what the reviewers look for, required elements.

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Not More Than Minimal Risk Studies

• Exempt determination • Expedited Review • Quality Improvement project

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Click IRB: Best Practices New Study Submissions

Learn about IRB submission basics, common errors, and how to avoid them.

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Click IRB: Best Practices Follow-on Submissions

Modifications, Continuing Review, Closure Common errors and how to avoid them.

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Working with Multiple Sites & Multiple IRBs

  • SINGLE IRB
  • Participating & Lead sites
  • IRB Reliance Agreements
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