PH.390.631.  Principles of Drug Development.  2 Credits.  

Course location and modality is found on the JHSPH website.

PH.390.673.  Ethical and Regulatory Issues in Clinical Research.  3 Credits.  

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PH.390.675.  Outcomes and Effectiveness Research.  3 Credits.  

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PH.390.677.  Database Design and Implementation in Clinical Research.  2 Credits.  

Presents basic concepts of relational database design for clinical and basic research. Topics covered include: a) development of data collection forms, b) design of a relational database, c) data quality control, and d) importing and exporting collected data across different platforms.

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PH.390.678.  Introduction to Quality Improvement & Knowledge Translation Research.  3 Credits.  

Introduces the basic principles of quality improvement/knowledge translation (QI/KT) research, and focuses on efforts aimed at increasing the extent to which patients receive evidence-based therapies. Didactic presentations and in-class discussions of the concepts, methods, and applications of QI/KT theory and practice use examples and methods from real-world QI/KT projects, Faculty with expertise in QI/KT research and interventions facilitate course sessions. Students taking the course for a grade develop a research paper and give a brief presentation related to one of the following criteria: outlines the development of a research proposal for a specific QI/KT topic; critically appraises a published guideline; systematically reviews of the literature around a QI/KT topic.

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PH.390.703.  Presentation Skills.  1 Credit.  

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PH.390.710.  Biomedical Writing I.  2 Credits.  

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PH.390.711.  Biomedical Writing II.  2 Credits.  

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PH.390.721.  Principles of Grant Writing I.  2 Credits.  

Considers the principles of successful clinical research strategies and the requirements of funding agencies. Students identify a defined research project together with a suitable team of mentors and collaborators. With mutual review and criticism, each student develops a written research proposal in the format of a grant application which integrates the scientific principles of the GTPCI curriculum

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PH.390.722.  Principles of Grant Writing II.  4 Credits.  

Considers the principles of successful clinical research strategies and the requirements of funding agencies. Students identify a defined research project together with a suitable team of mentors and collaborators. With mutual review and criticism, each student develops a written research proposal in the format of a grant application which integrates the scientific principles of the GTPCI curriculum. Designed as a capstone project for GTPCI MHS candidates.

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PH.390.750.  Introduction to Clinical Research.  2 Credits.  

Provides an intensive introduction to clinical research methods, emphasizing epidemiological & biostatistical methods.

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PH.390.751.  Seminars in Clinical Investigation.  2 Credits.  

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PH.390.801.  Professional Goals and Objectives.  1 Credit.  

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PH.390.820.  Thesis Research in Clinical Investigation.  1 - 22 Credits.  

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PH.390.840.  Special Studies and Research in Clinical Investigation.  1 - 22 Credits.  

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PH.390.855.  Research Forum.  1 Credit.  

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