Improving Reproducibility Training Course

Everything you need to know to conduct research responsibly…..

Register now for our online Improving Reproducibility training aimed at experienced life science researchers running 6th-10th June 2022.

If you are actively planning, supervising, conducting, analysing, reviewing and disseminating in vivo, or in vitro research this course is for you.

We will teach you how to improve rigor and enhance your ability to implement contemporary best practice.

 

Our course teaches participants how to:

  • identify what best practice means in the context of their own work;
  • recognise how best practice relates to the reproducibility, rigor and the translational value of research;
  • plan and design their experiments with renewed rigor and confidence;
  • critically review research models, methodology and techniques to identify flaws and limitations that provide opportunities to improve their research practices;
  • enhance their research impact and personal contribution to the culture of research that they work within.

For a more detailed description download a copy of the Improving Reproducibility Course Overview or view this FREE Introduction to Responsible Research webinar (Approx duration 45 minutes).

 

Course dates and overview:

Session 1: 6 simple steps for responsible research

6th June 2022, 10am-12noon (BST)

Session 2: What is the aim of your research?

6th June 2022, 1pm-3pm (BST)

Session 3: How to identify the best research model.

7th June 2022, 1pm-3pm (BST)

Session 4: Understanding your research framework.

8th June 2022, 10am-12noon (BST)

Session 5: Common experimental design flaws and how to avoid them.

8th June 2022, 1pm-3pm (BST)

Session 6: What can you do to improve the research model, method and/or technique?

9th June 2022, 10am-12noon (BST)

Session 7: What have you learnt and how can you improve?

9th June 2022, 1pm-3pm (BST)

Session 8: Current best practice in research dissemination.

10th June 2022, 10am-12noon (BST)

To book click the session link above. Registration fee: £75 per session.

 

Course fees include:

  • 1 LIVE interactive online session – to maximize your research design, reproducibility and impact;
  • A homework activity with 1:1 feedback – to practice applying the learning outcomes and receive personal coaching from Dr Nikki Osborne;
  • Direct access to Dr Nikki Osborne – to discuss any practical challenges/barriers to implementing your learning;
  • A copy of the session content and handouts – all session material is accessible to download so you can refer back to it whenever you wish;
  • Certificate of attendance – this can be used to update participant CPD or training records.

 

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