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    CLINICAL RESEARCH PROTOCOL WRITING WORKSHOP (CRIPIK 2019)

    CLINICAL RESEARCH PROTOCOL WRITING WORKSHOP (CRIPIK 2019)

    Research activity begins with the development of a clinical protocol that provides a plan for the essential aspects of the proposed research. A good research protocol should define a clear question and approach to answer it and also contain enough information to provide a clear and complete, but not overly detailed, description of the study. However, writing a research protocol is probably one of the most challenging and difficult task as research is an uncommon area for the majority of people in Indonesia.

    To answer this challenge, we are planning to organize a clinical research protocol writing workshop. This workshop aims to improve and updates the knowledge of all participants in clinical research protocol writing. Selected participants encourage to develop their ideas into a good quality protocol. Experts from The National Institutes of Health (NIH), reputable university, and National Institute of Health Research and Development (NIHRD), Ministry of Health (Indonesia) will facilitate this 5 days workshop. It will provide the participants with first-hand experience sharing from researchers who had received multiple grants.

    Register here

    PARTICIPANTS

    We look forward all professionals and individuals involved in activities in writing or reviewing a research protocol in their institution who expects to gain new skills in protocol writing. They are expected to submit their concept of proposed study suitable with the topic given by the committee (INA RESPOND) in our website started from October 12, 2018. All concept ideas will be reviewed by committee according to their expertise.  Up to 30 participants and 10 concepts will be selected and invited into 5 days workshop. INA RESPOND will provide free registration, and/or shared accommodation, and/or air transportation for those who selected.

     

    FACULTIES

    Lori E. Dodd, Ph.D. Mathematical Statistician, National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, Division of Clinical Research
    C. Jason Liang, Ph.D. Mathematical Statistician, National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, Division of Clinical Research
    Associate Professor Agus Salim Department of Mathematics and Statistics, La Trobe University.
    Chun Yen, Ph.D. ‎National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID), NIH
    Aaron Neal, D.Phil. ‎National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID), NIH
    dr. Iwan Ariawan, MSPH

    (on confirmation)

    Department of Statistics, University of Indonesia, PEER Grant awardee
    dr. Herman Kosasih, PhD Department of Scientific, INA RESPOND, PEER Grant awardee
    dr. Nugroho H. Susanto Department of Scientific, INA RESPOND
    dr. Bachti Alisjahbana, Sp.PD-KPTI

    (on confirmation)

    Padjajaran University, PEER Grant awardee

    and many other experts from various field such as; laboratory, biomolecular and infectious disease will join as mentor and/or faculty.

     

    HOST, LOCATION & DATE OF EVENT

    This workshop will be hosted by INA RESPOND in the capital of Indonesia, Jakarta city on February 11 – 15, 2018.

     

    TOPIC OF PROTOCOL

    This workshop supports wide range of clinical research in infectious diseases including laboratory and biomolecular study. However, ideas focused in priority of Ministry of Health of Indonesia such as Tuberculosis, HIV/AIDS, and Dengue Infection would be more likely.

    HOW TO SUBMIT

    Register Visit INA RESPOND website on www.ina-respond.net/cripik and click Login CRIPIK at the top right corner of the website home page. You need to register your personal information on your 1st visit.
    Preparation To complete your submission, you need to up load 2 documents; 1. Curicculum Vitae (CV), and 2. Study Concept. The format for both documents are available and can be downloaded on the website.
    Length CV and study concept should not be more than 2 pages, there are no restrictions on word count.
    Font Use Calibri 11, unbold, unitalic for the font.
    Paper, margins & spacing CV and proposed study concept should be on A4 paper size with margins of 1.5 centimeters (top, bottom, and sides) and 1.5-spaced.
    Page numbers Include page numbers in format “page X of Y” (e.g. page 1 of 2)
    Abbreviations Define abbreviations upon first appearance in the text.
    Reference style Use “Vancouver” style if you need to put the reference.
    Language CV and proposed study concept must be submitted in English.
    File name Save your file as PDF and naming your CV with “CV_yourfullname” (e.g. CV_BradleyWilliam) and your tudy concept with “StudyConcept_yourfullname” (e.g. StudyConcept_BradleyWilliam)
    Upload the docs After you finish all the documents, up load the documents in PDF format. Make sure that you upload the correct documents by Going to the menu “Submitted Documents” on your page account, and choose “view” in selected documents.

     

    HOW TO EDIT

    You can edit your file at any time before the deadline of submission. Go to the menu “Submitted Documents” on your page account, choose “edit” in selected documents, and upload your new file.

     

     

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