Want to know more about running clinical trials in cancer?

These courses are aimed at those new to academic cancer clinical trials and the content is intended to give an introduction to the field.

Places are limited, and priority is given to applicants actively involved in academic clinical trials working in a UKCRC Registered Clinical Trials Units (CTU’s) or for the NIHR Clinical Research Network in the NHS. For example, trial assistants, data managers, trial managers and research nurses. If you do not fit this category then you can ask to be put on the waiting list for any unfilled places and, if available you will receive notification 2 weeks before the course.

Please note: Statisticians should attend the annual Introduction to Cancer Clinical Trials for Statisticians Course instead. Clinicians may find the Running a Trial from Concept to Completion and Trial Outcomes sessions of interest.

All courses take place at the Cancer Research UK & UCL Cancer Trial Centre.

All Training Courses

TopicDateDetails
Trial Outcomes - what are we trying to measure? 13/12/2016
Introduction to Cancer Clinical Trials for Statisticians - (2 days, 8th & 9th March) 08/03/2017
Introduction to Cancer Clinical Trials for new starters 14/03/2017
Running a trial - from concept to completion 14/03/2017
Entering patients into clinical trials - pre treatment screening and eligibility 11/05/2017
Cancer treatments and their side effects - compliance and adverse event reporting. 13/06/2017
Trial Outcomes - what are we trying to measure? 11/07/2017
Introduction to Cancer Clinical Trials for new starters 11/07/2017