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The Brigham Research Education Program, BWH Center for Clinical Investigation, and BWH STRATUS Center for Medical Simulation offer a clinical skills course for BWH clinical research coordinators, assistants, and study staff. This training is for research staff who need to perform EKGs, obtain vitals, and/or draw blood (phlebotomy) as part of their current job requirements at the Brigham.
The in-person, hands-on practice portion of the clinical skills courses (EKG/Vital Signs & Phlebotomy) will be offered on the second Thursday of each month (third Thursday of September and December) at the STRATUS Center for Medical Simulation (BWH Main Campus; 10 Vining Street). Directions will be sent a week prior to the session.
This course requires a BWH Cost Center Number to participate. You will be asked to provide these details upon registering.
Prior to the in-person/hands-on practice session, participants are required to watch the recorded lecture portion of the class (must be connected to the MGB/BWH network or VPN to view).
Please register. Note that registration does NOT guarantee enrollment: Space is limited to 10 participants per session to allow one-on-one learning. You will be notified of your registration status ~1 week prior to the course; if the session is oversubscribed, a wait list will form. Fund numbers will only be charged for those given a spot in each session. If you are given a spot and find out you can no longer attend, you must notify BWHResearchEd@partners.org to avoid being charged.