*** Black Friday Deal *** Book your full price NHS or Public Sector place before Friday 8th December and get one third off!
Take one day out to build a plan to advance your delivery of an effective research trial. Through the sharing of both practical and strategic tools, you will leave this workshop with the ability to progress your clinical research leadership and management.
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4.5 hours Continuing Professional Development: what you will learn
By offering practical advice to your NHS clinical research team, this event will tackle the key elements that ensure delivery of optimal research. Take one day out to receive expert advice and focus on:
- Refine your leadership and management skills
- Enhance your team dynamics through strong leadership
- Understand expressions of interests
- Achieve high levels of feasibility
- Develop your research mapping skills
- Improve oversight with your team
- Achieve integrity in your data
- Get the most out of monitoring your trial
Developed with convenience in mind: join this NHS online workshop remotely
Take away useful techniques and new skills to use in your day-to-day work routine, plus benefit from:
- Evidenced based examples and referrals: providing appropriate, relevant support and sign posting
- Interactive presentations: your concerns addressed with sensitivity and care
- Closed room discussions: benchmark and engage with your fellow attendees
- Agreed action plan: leave the workshop with the confidence to make changes
This course is available for in-house training
Join, tech support and opportunity to network in your meeting room
Introduction, instructions and leader’s opening remarks
Karl Ward, Lead Nurse for Research and Innovation (Education), Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust, Lead for the LTHT Research Academy, NIHR GCP Facilitator and Fellow, Higher Education Academy
|The changing clinical research landscape|
Management and leadership in clinical research
|Setting strategy in clinical research|
Clinical research strategy: identifying your direction and priorities
|Expression of interest, feasibility and projection|
Feasibility: why is this important?
Interactive discussion: How is research chosen to be conducted in your area?
Feedback from interactive discussion: How is research chosen to be conducted in your area?
|Establishing, maintaining and facilitating oversight|
Facilitating oversight: investigating the ‘what’ and ‘why’?
|Quality assurance in clinical research|
Interactive discussion: where do you think problems can arise?
Feedback from interactive discussion: where do you think problems can arise?
Data quality in clinical research
Leader’s closing remarks and close of workshop
Share in first-hand experience
Karl has been described as a “brilliant presenter, very engaging and informative”, “very engaging” and “down to earth”. Karl will share his top tips and first-hand experiences to ensure you are at the top of your game for leading and managing your clinical trials.
Karl is a Lead Nurse for Research and Innovation (Education) at Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust (LTHT). He works centrally within the Research and Innovation directorate to support clinical research delivery throughout the trust. He has extensive clinical, educational, research and leadership experience. Karl is currently responsible for education and training for all staff involved in Clinical Research delivery and is the lead for the LTHT Research Academy. He acts as a source of expert advice in regulatory, governance and feasibility issues within the units he supports and the wider trust. Within the trust and regionally he has successfully developed, delivered and evaluated the package of training that is offered via the LTHT Research Academy. He is also a National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) accredited Good Clinical Practice (GCP) facilitator and delivers educational sessions on GCP, research governance, informed consent and investigator oversight to all grades of research delivery staff at a local and regional level. Until recently he worked nationally for the NIHR Coordinating Centre and was an expert committee member of a local Health Research Authority Research Ethics Committee. He currently serves on the national Clinical Research Nursing sub-committee for the Royal College of Nursing Research Society and is a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (FHEA).
- *** Black Friday Deal *** £266 + VAT until Friday 8th December
- £399 + VAT for one NHS or public sector place
- £249 + VAT (each) for groups of 20 or more NHS or public sector places
You can reserve a no-obligation place whilst you apply for funding
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Don’t take our word for how much the attendees enjoy our training, look at the feedback from when we ran this online workshop in 2022:
- Heads and Directors of Research
- RM&G and Research and Development Managers
- Trail Co-ordinators, Facilitators and Managers
- Lead and Senior Research Nurses
Past attendee feedback
'Very engaging and relevant content. The timetable worked very well with bite-sized sessions interspersed with breaks'The Princess Alexandra NHS Trust, July 2023
'Very interactive and great to hear from different perspectives of many different professionals'Imperial NHS Trust, July 2023
'Karl was very engaging, it made the training far more enjoyable'St George's Joint Research and Enterprise Services, July 2023
'Informative, interactive, engaging speaker'Royal Surrey NHS Foundation Trust, July 2023
'Karl is knowledgeable, engaging and very practical in his ways of working and solutions to problems'The Princess Alexandra NHS Trust, July 2023
‘It was extremely well organized and presented’.University Hospitals Morecambe Bay, June 2022
‘Karl is an excellent presenter. He gave great examples from his own experience. A really enjoyable and informative day. Thank you’.University Hospitals Morecambe Bay, June 2022
‘Just a huge thank you for a really useful day. It was great to spend time with people who understand the role of research delivery’.Oxford Health NHS FT, June 2022
'The Speaker has a versatile knowledge on research, kept the course very interesting throughout the day. Very useful, enjoyed the topic on 'Clinical research strategy'-highlights why it is essential, such an eye opener. Helps identify strengths and areas for improvement'The Imperial college Healthcare NHS Trust, February 2022
‘Delivered very well. I learnt a lot of stuff that i will be implementing in my work area. Thanks’ESNEFT, February 2022
‘Great workshop well organized very informative and well presented’National University of Ireland Galway, February 2022
'Brilliant experience, friendly setting where ideas are encouraged and welcomed'Clinical Research Leadership and Management, October 2021
'I have really enjoyed my time spent in this forum. It has given me some food for thought and validated some others'Clinical Research Leadership and Management, October 2021
'I think the course was brilliant, it was really well set up and moderated'Clinical Research Leadership and Management, October 2021
'I wasn't sure what to expect but I have really enjoyed the content, the sharing and the potential to use this to develop my own knowledge and to help in developing the team I will be managing'Clinical Research Leadership and Management, October 2021
'Really good, informative course with really good interactive sessions. Best leadership course I have attended yet'Clinical Research Leadership and Management, October 2021
'Very good content and a lot to think about and develop within my team'Clinical Research Leadership and Management, October 2021
'I am very happy to have been nominated for this event and have taken several ideas to develop once I start my new job and things to read and follow up ahead of that. Great day!'Clinical Research Leadership and Management, October 2021
'The networking and collaborative dynamic has been great and really enjoyable. I've learnt a lot from others and Karl. Karl's experiences have been interesting to hear as they put the content into perspective and make them more relatable'Clinical Research Leadership and Management, October 2021