This course is designed to assist health research professionals in coming up with a proposal and/or protocol for their chosen research topic that is ready for submission to funding agencies and ethical review committees. It focuses on the process of writing the various sections of a grant proposal and developing a detailed protocol. An adult learning approach is utilized and trainees are provided the opportunity to consult with mentors (ratio 2:1).
Module 1: Overview of Grant Proposal and Protocol Writing
Module 2: Introduction, Literature Review, and Objectives
Module 3: Study Design and Procedures
Module 4: Plan of Analysis
Module 5: Ethics
Module 6: Budget Estimation and Preparation
Outputs expected/ Competencies to be acquired
The expected output of this training is a scientific manuscript / article ready for submission to journals.
The training is intended to train junior staff of research that is in the final phase of their research work, i.e. at the least in the data analysis part or developing a manuscript for publication.
Fully accomplished and signed Application Form
A copy of the concept paper or draft with a working title and preliminary objectives.
Note: RTC honors confidentiality of information.
Full payment two (2) weeks before the training
September 21-25, 2020
Course Length: Five (5) days
Course Fee: To be finalized
Number of slots: 15
CPD Program: For Processing
Professional Board: None specified
Course Point Person (CPP): Dr. Mario Antonio Jiz and Dr. Marianette Inobaya
Contact Number: (02) 807-2628
E-mail Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Secondary CPP (if available): Ms. Sheila Luz M. Punzalan
Note: For interested participants, kindly create an account and send your applications at RITM LDIS