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INTRODUCTION

One essential condition to achieve Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) is to strengthen research capacity in Low and /or Middle-Income Countries (LMICs). Medical practitioners in LMICs are assigned and stationed in respective countries to identify their health needs and to contribute evidence-based data that can be used by health policy makers. The level of capacity to conduct relevant and quality clinical research, however, varies from country to country, most have capacities below international standards due to inadequate training. In response to this issue, our department is continuously giving online presentations that focuses on various themes with relevance to clinical research and specific needs of the countries.

OBJECTIVES

To upgrade the skills of health professionals so they can deliver quality clinical researches patterned to their area of need by providing regular trainings.

OUR COLLABORATING INSTITUTIONS

AFRICA

The Democratic Republic of The Congo

  1. University of Kinshasa
  2. National Institute of Biomedical Research (INRB)

SOUTH EAST ASIA

Thailand

  1. Faculty of Medicine, Siriraj Hospital, Mahidol University
  2. Faculty of Tropical Medicine, Mahidol University
  3. Faculty of Medicine, Prince of Songkla University

Vietnam

  1. Bach Mai Hospital
  2. Cho Ray Hospital

Indonesia

  1. Infectious Diseases Hospital Sulianti Saroso
  2. Universitas Indonesia
  3. Mochtar Riady Institute for Nanotechnology

Philippines

  1. University of The Philippines
  2. St. Luke's Medical Center
  3. San Lazaro Hospital 

E-LEARNING

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We offer e-learning program to support professional development and knowledge enhancement of each individual involved in clinical research. The program focuses on ensuring that participants have the necessary knowledge to conduct clinical studies/trials. It differs from other e-learning programs because here we provide live courses which allow live and direct interaction between the lecturers and the participants. 

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FROM THE PARTICIPANTS

Dr_Yves

“The training was very organized; the topics/lectures/schedule was strictly followed; the lectures were appropriate; the site visits to the other institutions were inspiring; the staff were very friendly and they took care of the group very well; it was a great experience; we all learned a lot from the training.” Dr. Lula Yves Ntamba, University of Kinshasa, DR Congo, MRCT STP 2019

Dr_borimas

"There so many things that I found interesting in this program. It provided me the opportunities to observe research facilities, work culture, and examples of cutting edge technologies in japan, first time to learn about MRCTs, and to make friends with colleagues from diiferent countries." Dr Borimas Hanboonkunupakarn, Mahidol University, Thailand, MRCT STP 2019

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“All things are informative and interesting for me. All participants are competent and have much enthusiasm. I was so impressed by comprehensive medical action in Japan. I hope members to keep in touch with each other from now. Thank you!” Dr. Debby Intan Permatasari, RSPI Prof. Sulianti Saroso Hospital, Indonesia, SSP 2016

“Useful and effective. Hope that there would be more programs like this to further develop new cooperation chances and understanding about the circumstances of medicine of the both sides: Japan and Vietnam.” Dr. Ly Na Dau, Cho Ray Hospital, Vietnam, SSP 2016