TRANSLATIONAL WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT

The overall goal of the Translational Workforce Development Program is to enhance clinical and translational training for all participants in the learning health ecosystem. We achieve this goal by providing resources and educational and training opportunities to create, sustain, and retain a clinical research workforce that is competent, efficient, and serves as role models in best practices for clinical research conduct.

Translational Workforce Development education is focused on the acquirement and reinforcement of knowledge to develop a sense of reasoning, understanding, judgement, and intellect within the clinical research realm.

Translational Workforce Development resources compile and provide information, sources, programs, and other enterprise-wide clinical research assets, which can be readily drawn upon to accomplish an activity and function effectively.

Translational Workforce Development-provided trainings are process-focused for the development of specific clinical research skills to improve performance, productivity, and competency in order to perform the present clinical research professional job efficiently and effectively.

Cite & Submit: UL1TR002649

Publications supported by the Wright Center must cite the CTSA Grant number (UL1TR002649) and comply with the NIH Public Access Policy. We rely on these citations as a critical performance measure when reporting annual productivity to the NIH.

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