Advanced Curriculum Compendium
Upgrade Your Skills: Advanced training in clinical & translational research topics.
- Clinical and Translational Investigators
What is it?
- A searchable database of advanced courses, seminars, and lectures
Why use it?
- Learn new methods or update your current skill set
- Discover offerings from Harvard-affiliated institutions
- Explore core competencies of C/T research
Over the past several years, the landscape of clinical investigation has changed dramatically. New tools have transformed the magnitude and scope of clinical investigation, while changes in regulatory practices have altered how clinical studies are conducted.
The Harvard Catalyst Advanced Curriculum Compendium (ACC) helps investigators stay current by opening the doors to opportunities at Harvard-affiliated institutions and academic healthcare centers for continuing education in core competencies fundamental to successful clinical investigation.
The ACC lets you browse by core competency (a.k.a. topic) or location. You may also search by keyword to filter the course database as you choose.
Many of the advanced courses, seminars, and lectures listed have been developed at Harvard-affiliated academic healthcare centers.
The ACC lets you sort the results by date or by class. Sorting by class will return the results in alphabetical order by class title. Sorting by date will return the results in relative date order. While some course dates are specified to the day, other courses are indicated by a broader date designation (e.g., Spring, quarterly)
The entry for each course in the ACC provides a brief description of the course content, as well as information on:
- Course date
- Course duration
- Core competency area(s)
- Target audience(s)
- Maximum enrollment
- Webcast available
- Email contact
- Associated webpage URL
Seats in the courses in the ACC are initially reserved for individuals from the course’s home institution. All other individuals are put on a waiting list until one week prior to the start of the course and admitted on a first-come, first-served basis.