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15 December 2016

Oxford University's Medical Sciences Division has teamed up with an expert provider in health research education to create an 'Introduction to Medical Research: Essential Skills' course. The course has received excellent feedback from previous cohorts of attendees and we are delighted to now be in a position to open it up more widely to all research clinicians.

This course provides an overview of key steps and common methods in medical research and its publication, and is divided into four modules which will run over four Saturday mornings from February 2017 at the John Radcliffe Hospital site:

Research planning: before you start your research project

Sat 4 February, 9am – 1pm

Research design and protocol

Sat 4 March, 9am – 1pm

Statistical thinking

Sat 25 March, 9am – 1pm

Research publication and dissemination

Sat 8 April, 9am – 2pm

Attendance at all four modules is not compulsory, but booking is! More detailed information about the modules is attached. Places are limited – to book, please email oucags@medsci.ox.ac.uk