A prestigious award that provides protected time for 2 years (0.2 FTE for Clinical Trialist; 0.4 FTE for Master Clinical Trialist), with the aim to develop clinicians with expertise and interest in the conduct of clinical trials.
The CTDP promotes recognition for the pursuit of clinical research and demonstrates institutional and national prestige. It supports the endeavours of Clinical Trialists at varying levels to deepen focus on research efforts through clinical trials and ensure quality care and patient safety.
Application is closed for 2023.For more information, look out for the next Call for Applications in February 2024.
1. Clinical Trialist Development Award_Infosheet.pdf
Each submission must be made using the prescribed forms:
Applications that fail to comply with requirements in any of the templates and/or incomplete applications will be disqualified and will not be reviewed.
A Clinician who:
Clinical Assocciate Professor Mariko Koh
Associate ProfessorRebecca Dent
On 25 January 2022, SingHealth Duke-NUS Academic Medical Centre (AMC) launched a new Clinical Trialist Development Programme (CTDP), as a prestigious award to recognise the important work that our clinical trialists do and to also support them with much-needed protected time to do clinical trials.
Associate Professor Rebecca Dent shares about the passion she has as a clinical trialist, and why she is looking forward to the newly launched Clinical Trialist Development Programme (CTDP).
Dr Yvonne Chan
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