Designed for clinicians and clinician-scientists in both the United States and abroad, our Global Clinical Scholars Research Training (GCSRT) program provides advanced training in health care research and methods. Using a blended learning model that incorporates online tools, in-person seminars and dynamic workshops, the curriculum is focused on enhancing your ability at every stage of the research process–from writing grant proposals and launching new projects to analyzing data and presenting your results.
A one-year program, GCSRT combines online learning with three intensive workshops that are designed to offer a mix of traditional and innovative approaches. Each month, you will participate in five to six interactive webinars – including review sessions by faculty and special seminars from leading experts–and also have access to more than 85 prerecorded online lectures.
Our flexible cohort model makes it possible to advance your knowledge while allowing you to continue meeting your current personal and professional responsibilities. The final workshop and certificate award ceremony will be held in Boston, Massachusetts at Harvard Medical School. The 2022–2023 program begins on January 18, 2022 and ends on February 11, 2023.
In this immersive program, you will explore the latest advancements and best practices in clinical research—improving your ability to drive health care innovation and achieve better outcomes. Throughout the program, you will learn alongside a talented group of peers from around the world, collaborating to create a deeper and more enduring understanding of the topics. By attending GCSRT, you will enhance your ability to:
- Design and perform observational and experimental clinical research
- Analyze, interpret and present clinical research data
- Write and revise successful grant proposals
- Lead clinical teams across a variety of health care settings
As we navigate the global COVID-19 pandemic, HMS continues to offer our postgraduate certificate programs in innovative, safe and convenient formats. Looking further ahead, we will continue to work with learners to ensure that you are able to safely and successfully complete your program while we deliver a transformational HMS learning experience.
Workshop 1: January 18–21, 2022 (Online)
Workshop 2: July 12–15, 2022 (Boston, MA)
Workshop 3 & Graduation: February 7–11, 2023 ( Boston, MA)
Who Should Apply
This program is designed for clinicians working in clinical research at the faculty level (or equivalent). Candidates holding an MD, PhD, MBBS, DMD, DDS, PharmD, DNP or an equivalent degree are eligible to apply. The review committee will consider candidates with a master’s degree for admission on a case-by-case basis.
GCSRT is truly a global program: The latest cohort of students represented 44 countries, including the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, Italy and many more. Past student participants have included chief physicians, directors, fellows, scientists and specialists. Most students have authored or contributed to research publications. Clinicians, residents and lecturers who demonstrated strong career interest in clinical research on their application materials also were admitted to the program.
Application Deadline: December 1, 2021
Program Begins: January 18, 2022
Cohort Location: Online Virtual | Boston
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