Here are education and training opportunities from offices external to MICHR. If you are looking for MICHR training events, you can visit the Study Team Home Page for more information.
University of Michigan IRBMED Education & Course Offerings
IRBMED offers a range of courses to provide the research community with education to improve understanding of regulatory requirements, eResearch application completion, and special topics as related to human subjects research.
ClinicalTrials.gov is a registry and results database for clinical trial and other health-related research. Requirements for registration and results reporting evolve and the website can be difficult to navigate so training is available to help you meet your registration and reporting requirements.
MiChart Training Resources for Research
This page includes training resources for research including job aids, tip sheets, and videos.
Environment, Health & Safety (OSEH)
Training at the University of Michigan (U-M) is a critical element for ensuring personnel safety. Environment, Health & Safety (EHS) offers online training presentations, instructor-led training, and customized training. Some training is required based upon the work you do here at the University, and the specific hazards you might encounter as a part of your job.
Clinical Trials Support Office Training and Education
The Clinical Trials Support Office (CTSO) offers training opportunities for principal investigators and study team members working in clinical research with a special focus on clinical trials. Many of these offerings are in partnership with MICHR.
OnCore Clinical Trials Management System (CTMS) Training
Each session provides hands-on training to allow staff and faculty practice with the functions they will frequently use in OnCore.
Michigan Budget Enrollment Calendar Tool (MBECT) Information and Training
The Michigan Budget Enrollment Calendar Tool (MBECT), formerly known as CT-BECT, CTS and eThority, is a mandatory tool to provide research study teams with one point of data entry for building a clinical research budget, billing calendar, MCRU schedule of events, and for submitting and tracking subject enrollment. If you currently prepare billing calendars and/or budgets, or enroll subjects, it will be necessary for you to learn about MBECT.
Consulting for Statistics, Computing & Analytics Research (CSCAR)
Consulting for Statistics, Computing, and Analytics Research (CSCAR) provides individualized support and training to University of Michigan researchers in a variety of areas relating to the management, collection, and analysis of data.
Certification and Professional Organizations
SoCRA: The Society of Clinical Research Associates
SoCRA provides training, continuing education, and an internationally recognized certification program that promote quality clinical research to protect the welfare of research participants and improve global health.
ACRP: The Association of Clinical Research Professionals
ACRP supports professionals and organizations across the clinical research enterprise with the membership, training, and certification programs necessary for clinical trial quality and efficiency improvements.
Professional Development and Skill-Building
Taubman Health Science Library
The Taubman Health Sciences Library provides instruction in research methods, library resources, health databases and Internet resources in a variety of settings for U-M faculty, staff, and students.
U-M Medical School – Office of Faculty Affairs & Faculty Development
The U-M Medical School is committed to career development of its faculty, and offers a development program that will help faculty to better navigate the changing health care and research landscape. The Office of Faculty Development has developed a comprehensive, competency-based curriculum to meet the challenges associated with research, teaching, and managing in the academic health care environment.
Learning and Professional Development (Human Resources)
U-M Human Resources provides high-quality professional development and learning opportunities that are available to faculty, staff, students, alumni, and members of the Ann Arbor community.
If you have questions about any of the resources on this page, please contact the sponsoring office directly. MICHR is not responsible for the content of these resources.
Resources on this page may not be an exhaustive list. If you know of other resources in this category, please let us know using the "Suggest a Resource" link at the bottom of the page.