Prof. Fregni met the PPCR participants from USMP (Lima, Peru) site led by Dr. Tamara Jorquiera
Prof. Fregni met the PPCR participants from FMUSP-SP site led by Prof. Wu T. Hsing.
The final PPCR workshop is a great opportunity for live interaction and consolidation of learning
PPCR offers a comprehensive program in biostatistics during the entire course and especially in the module 2 of the main course and in the Boston Workshop.
Prof. Fregni and two other Faculty members visited the PPCR participants at the Dominican Republic led by Dr. Maria Zunilda Nunez
Prof. Fregni met the PPCR participants from UNICAMP site led by Dr. Heitor Moreno and Dr. Rodrigo Modolo
Learn the basics of manuscript writing and publication. Our program cover the basics of manuscript writing including an intensive practical course at 5-Day workshop and lectures of basics of publication and how to present scientific data.
One of the learning tools of PPCR program is the collaborative learning. PPCR creates a global network of clinical researchers to enhance learning and interaction during the course.
Prof. Fregni met the PPCR participants from USMP site led by Dr. Tamara Jorquiera and gave the Exam Review Part I lecture from this site.
Prof. Fregni met the PPCR participants from Salvador-AMO Clinic site led by Juleilda Nunes
Prof. Fregni met the PPCR participants from ANVISA site led by Dr. Nelci Zanon.
Prof. Fregni met the PPCR participants from Bogota-INSIMED site led by Dr. Juanita Duran
Understanding evidence-based medicine. One of the goals of PPCR is to give the tools for clinicians to understand critically evidence-based medicine.
Prof. Felipe Fregni has been the main developer and founder of Principles and Practice of Clinical Research (PPCR)
Prof. Fregni is an Associate Professor at Harvard Medical School. He leads a large clinical research laboratory (Spaulding Neuromodulation Center) and is currently investigating techniques to guide and measure neuroplasticity in brain injury. He has been at the forefront of advancing neurorehabilitation science to treat conditions such as stroke, Parkinson’s disease and chronic pain. He holds a MD and PhD from University of Sao Paulo, Brazil and three master’s degrees from Harvard University (two master’s degrees in clinical research from Harvard Medical School and Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health and one master's degree in education from Harvard Graduate School of Education). He has more than 360 peer-reviewed publications and has been leading this international training program since its foundation in 2007 with some colleagues from University of Sao Paulo (Dr. Marta Imamura, Dr. Wu Hsing, and Dr. Linamara Battistella). PPCR has been intensively developed over these 8 years as to offer an optimized learning environment for clinical researchers globally. Currently more than 2000 people have been trained in PPCR. We have seen many participants from PPCR becoming very successful clinical researchers and continue the mission of teaching clinical research so thus perpetuating the mission of PPCR. We welcome you to be a part of this journey with us! PPCR is currently offered by the Department of Executive and Continuing Professional Education at Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health. Learn more about Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health (http://www.hsph.harvard.edu/news/multimedia-article/harvard-t-h-chan-school-of-public-health-renaming/).
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