Training Clinical Investigation


Together with our CRO-partner in Lisbon (Potugal) we offer tailor-made trainings to meet the needs of different group of clients. Depending on the project we can also combine training sessions with consultancy services in developing research projects. 

Training courses can take different formats:

  • On-site courses
  • Individual courses
  • Workshops
  • Courses accompanied by consultancy
  • Post-grad or master’s modules
  • Seminars and lectures during congresses and meetings

Course venues:

  • At your company or the location of your choice anywhere in the world.
  • Eurotrials classrooms in Portugal, Brazil, Chile or Argentina

Examples of tailor-made courses:

  • Development of Scientific project training programme
  • Biostatistics in SPSS with interpretation of scientific articles
  • Interpretation and presentation of clinical study results: clinical study reports
  • Quality of life scales
  • Sample size in polynomial and logistic regression analysis in health research
  • Key points in the design of a clinical study in a real-life setting
  • Statistical methods: the assessment of an abstract
  • Writing and reviewing scientific articles
  • Clinical epidemiology in multiple sclerosis: analysis and interpretation of scientific publications results
  • Site Capacity building and coordination of clinical research
  • Basic tools in the interpretation, construction and presentation of statistical results
  • Good Clinical Practices training
  • Good Clinical Practices training: refreshment
  • Clinical Trial– current and future legal framework
  • Interpretation of effect measures in clinical trials
  • Principles in statistical analysis in clinical studies
  • Clinical research centres: new challenges

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