In the last decade Clinical Research Informatics (CRI) has become an important domain in Biomedical Informatics. A CRI track has been developed in the Biomedical Informatics graduate program at the University if Arkansas for Medical Sciences. The CRI curriculum supports conceptual level training for clinical and translational scientists, certificate and Masters level education for CRI practitioners, and pre and postdoctoral education and training for the next generation of CRI researchers.
Learning Objective 1: Explaine several reasons why curriculum development in CRI is challenging
Learning Objective 2 (Optional): List some topics included in a CRI graduate degree program
Meredith Zozus (Presenter)
University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences
Tremaine Williams, University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences
Fred Prior, University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences