New Protocol Builder Residency Program

Available from STAT!Ref, Protocol Builder has recently launched a brand new Resident and New Investigator Program. This is a protocol-writing and research training support program is specifically for residents and new investigators.

Protocol Builder Residency Program

To learn more about this new program, please register for a live webinar hosted by Protocol Builder on May 17th, May 23rd, May 31st and June 7th by clicking here, or click here for an overview video about this exciting new program.

Key Features of the program:

Retrospective Chart Review Protocol Template: Designed specifically for chart review studies – with only the relevant sections and necessary guidance. No unneeded and confusing instructions.

Deeper Protocol Guidance and Sample Text: Give writers a head start on the section with section guidance and sample text that helps create structure for the section, with one click.

Observational Research Design Training: Delivered by our training director, the live webinar focuses on the scientific method and observational study design options, with real cases studies.

Mentoring Support, Tutorial Videos, and Relevant Articles: New tutorial videos, relevant articles to resident research projects and collaboration features to help the mentoring process between faculty and students.

This program and its tools are available to our institutional Protocol Builder subscribers at no additional cost. To schedule a quick webinar to review Protocol Builder and this new program please click here and a STAT!Ref representative will be in touch with you shortly.

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