Institute for Health Care Delivery ResearchCourse OfferingsAdditional Programs for Intermountain Employees

Additional Programs for Intermountain Employees

The Intermountain Healthcare Institute for Health Care Delivery Research offers programs specifically designed and focused for Intermountain employees. These courses are developed to teach the tools and principles of quality improvement and research in health care.

The Data & Research Series

The Data & Research Series shows how to access data and to use analytical tools for data management, analysis and research. The Intermountain Healthcare Institute for Health Care Delivery Research sponsors courses to facilitate the use of data systems for Quality Improvement and Research activities.

  • Audience: data analysts, statisticians, researchers
  • Registrations are accepted on a first-come, first-served basis with a maximum of 12 participants per class with some sessions having prerequisite courses.

Research Fundamentals

The didactic and panel components provide participants with the opportunity to meet directly with Office of Research / Institute for Health Care Delivery Research staff involved in research, to begin to establish key working relationships. No prior experience is expected or required. The half-day long session is open to all clinical investigators (including doctors, nurses, pharmacists, social workers, etc.), administrators, and research support staff. We also welcome selected community partners engaged in collaborative research.

Instructors: Lucy Savitz, Amy Sikalis, Greg Snow, Shelby Moench, Rebecca Nielsen, Mike Mayer, & Shauna Bruun

Time: 8 AM – 1 PM

Dates & Locations:

  • Check back for upcoming dates in 2011
The class is free for Intermountain employees and $15 for everyone else. Check or credit card accepted (call 801-442.3717 for payment information).

Registration for non-Intermountain employees

Intermountain employees: please go to intermountain.net to register

Good Clinical Practices

This half-day course will go over the fundamentals of clinical research to enable you to perform clinical research in your respective departments. We will go over FDA and DHHS regulations regarding research and cover:

• Informed consent documents
• Informed consent interviews
• Source documents
• Adverse Events
• Regulatory Documents

In addition we will cover ICH guidelines and discuss best ways to conduct research including:

• Shadow files
• Patient treatment
• Note-to-file
• Document storage
• Preparing for a monitor/auditor
• Quality assurance
• Study drug inventory
• Patient databases

Instructor: David Nilson, BSc, CCRC

Time: 8 AM – 12 PM

Dates & Locations:

  • August 30 ~ McKay Dee Hospital, Conference Room 3
  • October 3 ~ Intermountain Medical Center, Classrooms 3, 4, & 5

The class is free for Intermountain employees and $15 for everyone else. Check or credit card accepted (call 801-442.3717 for payment information).

Registration  for non-Intermountain employees

Intermountain employees: please go to intermountain.net to register

Flowcharting

The Flowcharting course shows how to use software to create flowcharts and cause & effect diagrams. Individuals interested in learning more about using software for flowcharting and cause & effect diagramming may find helpful information from the handouts below. Additionally, many of the flowcharting software includes tutorials and are generally located under the 'help' menu.

 
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