The Global Health Network offers free, certified short eLearning courses in different aspects of clinical research, in multiple languages.
These courses, written by global research experts who have shared their face-to-face courses for wider dissemination online, are available in the Global Health Trials' elearning centre. The idea is that they are free, practical courses which will quickly and simply teach you about a particular step or process of clinical research. They are low bandwidth and can be downloaded and taken offline, if you wish. The quiz at the end of each course is the only part that must be taken online.
You can access the eLearning centre here: http://globalhealthtrials.tghn.org/elearning/other-resources/. Courses are available in the following:
1. Introduction to Clinical Research2. ICH Good Clinical Practice3. The Research Question4. The Study Protocol: Part one5. The Study Protocol: Part two6. Data Safety Monitoring Boards for Clinical Trials7. Introduction to Informed Consent8. Introduction to Data Management For Clinical Research Studies9. Introduction to Collecting and Reporting Adverse Events in Clinical Research10. Introduction to Reviewing Genomic Research11. Basic Malaria Microscopy12. The Retrospective Treatment Outcome Study for Traditional Medicines
And more courses are being added all the time. All those who score over 80% in the quiz at the end of each course gain a certificate, which you can then download from your profile whenever you need it.
Global Health Trials has teamed up with Translators Without Borders, the not-for-profit translation group, to translate the courses into numerous languages. If you need a translation but don't see it in the list, let us know!
Please feel free to comment below if you have any questions about the eLearning courses.

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