Training to improve the reproducibility and rigour of in vivo and in vitro research
Our courses are designed to support individuals planning, designing, conducting, supervising & overseeing in vivo and in vitro research within the preclinical, biomedical and life science research sectors.
We believe that the delivery of rigorous and reproducible research requires individuals undertake three stages of learning:
Stage 1 - an awareness and understanding of contemporary best practice standards in all aspects of research practice (including ethics, integrity, experimental design, methodology, statistical analysis and research dissemination).
Stage 2 - the ability to recognise what 'best practice' means for a given research project at a given moment of time (note - this will change throughout an individuals research career).
Stage 3 - the confidence and competence to implement best practice when it matters i.e when planning, designing, conducting, analysing and disseminating their research.
Our Improving Reproducibility for Life Science Researchers course is aimed at individuals at any stage in their career.
Having completed this course individuals will be able to:
- identify what best practice means in the context of your own work;
- recognise how best practice relates to the reproducibility, rigor and the translational value of research;
- plan and design your experiments with renewed rigour and confidence;
- critically review research models, methodology and techniques to identify flaws and limitations to provide opportunities to improve your research practices;
- enhance your research impact and personal contribution to your local research culture.
10am-12:00noon (BST), Monday – Session 1: 6 simple steps for responsible research
10am-12:00noon (BST), Tuesday – Session 2: What is the aim of your research?
10am-12:00noon (BST), Wednesday – Session 3: How to identify the best research model.
10am-12:00noon (BST), Thursday – Session 4: Understanding your research framework.
10am-12:00noon (BST), Monday – Session 5: Common experimental design flaws and how to avoid them.
10am-12:00noon (BST), Tuesday – Session 6: What can you do to improve the research model, method and/or technique?
10am-12:00noon (BST), Wednesday – Session 7: What have you learnt and how can you improve?
10am-12:00noon (BST), Thursday – Session 8: Current best practice in research dissemination.
£360 per person. This fee includes:
- 8 training sessions (either LIVE online interactive sessions OR ON-DEMAND webinar style tutorial sessions) – to maximize your research design, reproducibility and impact;
- Individual activities with 1:1 feedback – to practice applying the learning outcomes and receive personal coaching from Dr Nikki Osborne;
- Direct access to Dr Nikki Osborne for the duration of the course – to discuss any practical challenges/barriers to implementing your learning;
- Copies of all course content and handouts – all course material is accessible so you can refer back to it whenever you wish;
- Invitation to join a private LinkedIn group – a community for information sharing, tools, resources and collaboration / discussion.
LIVE online course:
11th – 21st October 2021 - REGISTER NOW
ON-DEMAND Improving Reproducibility for Advanced Biomedical Researchers Course
Why book our courses?
100% of online training participant's surveyed said they would recommend their course to others.
Our courses are available LIVE or ON-DEMAND so you can access them when you need them, wherever in the world you are.
All our courses have strictly limited numbers so that we can provide every participant with 1:1 support.
Our expert tutors are passionate about helping individuals implement best practice and empowering culture change.
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|Title||Start Time||Total Duration||To Register|
|*NEW Improving reproducibility for advanced biomedical researchers*||ON DEMAND||12 hours||Start Now|
|Improving Reproducibility for Advanced Life Science Researchers Course (11th - 21st October 2021)||10:00am BST||16 hours||To Book|
|2022 course dates to be announced....|