Conducting Research Responsibly in Global Health

Course dates:
May 20, 2019 to Jul 28, 2019

Faculty: 

Course hours:
6-9 hours per week

This will be the first offering of this new course.  We will be limiting the first run to 1,000 participants only.  Therefore, we are specifically seeking participants who are interested in providing regular feedback (during and after the course) to help us make improvements for future offerings.  We are excited to offer this course and plan to make it available twice a year in the future.

Applications

coming soon!

Overview

This course is designed to train participants in the development and conduct of research globally, with an emphasis on low-resource settings. Topics covered include proposal writing, quantitative and qualitative study designs, designing study instruments, data management, budget and grants management, research ethics and human subjects, manuscript development and presentation skills.  

It was created to provide participants anticipating a research-oriented career with the tools they need to develop and design a research study, write a successful proposal, and conduct research independently in an international setting. 

Format

This online course has video lectures, readings, discussion forums, quizzes, and assignments.

You can participate in this course as an independent participant or as part of a local site.

The course is taught in English. Participants should be comfortable with written and spoken English.

Eligibility

To be admitted to the course you must have a Bachelor’s-level degree (or equivalent) and experience in a health-related field. 

Fees

Participants

Mailed Certificate*Digital Certificate*
Group Sites (up to 40 participants) only available for non-OCED country sites$1500$1500
Individuals$299$199

* More information about course certificates

Payments may be made by wire transfer, Visa, Mastercard or Discovery credit cards. You will receive instructions to submit payment once you have been accepted into the course. 

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