The HRB Trials Methodology Research Network (HRB-TMRN) are designing an education and training program for recruiters – to help participation in neonatal trials specifically. If you have ever been involved in recruiting to, or designing a NEONATAL trial, this is your opportunity to inform the design of an education and training program for recruiters to help participation in neonatal trials.
Event Date: 09/11/2020 – 13/11/2020 The Health Products Regulatory Authority (HPRA) will hold a series of information sessions on medical devices and IVDs from Monday 9 November 2020 to Friday 13 November. These sessions will be made available via webinar. The webinar series will provide insight into some of the practical application of the Medical Device Regulation (MDR) and the In vitro Diagnostics
The HRB Clinical Research Facility Cork is currently recruiting for its three year part-time, MSc Clinical Trials (online). The programme will commence with the Postgraduate Certificate Clinical Trials in September 2019. This Postgraduate Certificate Clinical Trials is designed to give a competitive advantage for those wishing to pursue a career in clinical trials in the pharmaceutical, medical device or academic
The Clinical Industry Liaison Officer delivered a number of key training sessions on medical device development in 2016. The focus of these sessions included topics on clinical strategy for medical device development, integrating human factor engineering into design/product development, good clinical practice (GCP) for medical device clinical investigations, ethical considerations in clinical trials/investigation in human’s, types of clinical investigations, clinical
The 9th Annual Irish Research Nurses Network Conference will take place on Wednesday 9th November 2016 at the Gibson Hotel, Point Village, Dublin 1 The theme of the conference this year is “Putting Research in to Practice” Speakers at this year’s conference include Claire Whitehouse (Lead Research Nurse for James Paget University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust and originator of #whywedoresearch twitter campaign), Graham