PGDCR with Max Hospital Job Ready Program: ICRI and Max Hospital

NEW DELHI , JUNE 2023: India’s leading institute for clinical research, ICRI, in collaboration with Max Hospital, one of India’s leading healthcare institutions, has introduced PG Diploma Advanced Clinical Research (PGDCR), a 10-month job-oriented course designed to provide aspiring professionals with comprehensive training and hands-on experience in clinical research and healthcare. This program offers a unique opportunity to launch a successful career in the field, while harnessing the power of Data Science in clinical trials.It would enable accuracy in data processing, collection and further analysis for research conclusion.

ICRI, a pioneering institution in Clinical Research education, has been offering cutting-edge programs since 2004. With over 9,000 successful graduates in their PG Diploma in Clinical Data Management, ICRI is renowned for providing world-class education in the field. The PGDACR program is tailored to provide participants with a broad understanding of the basic principles and practices employed in clinical research, both domestically and internationally.

The PGDACR program is delivered through fourteen focused modules over a span of ten months, covering a wide range of topics essential for a career in clinical research. Participants will delve into modules such as Introduction to Clinical Research, New Drug Development, Ethical Guidelines, Biostatistics, Clinical Trial Documentation, Drug Safety, and Pharma-co-vigilance, among others. Renowned faculty members with extensive industry experience will facilitate a comprehensive learning experience for the participants.

ICRI’s collaboration with Max Hospital brings unparalleled opportunities for participants to train, experience, and innovate at world-class hospitals with international standards of technology and infrastructure. Max Hospital, known for its commitment to excellence in patient care and technological advancements, provides a dynamic learning environment that prepares students for the challenges of the industry.

Kanishk Dugal, COO of ICRI, a spokesperson for ICRI, commented, “We are delighted to introduce the PGDACR program in collaboration with Max Hospital. This program offers a unique blend of academic learning and practical exposure, empowering participants with the knowledge and skills necessary for a successful career in clinical research. Furthermore, the integration of AI in clinical trials enhances the precision and efficiency of research, paving the way for groundbreaking discoveries and advancements in healthcare.”

The PGDACR program is open to candidates with minimum eligibility criteria, including MBBS, BAMS, BDS, BHMS, Physiotherapy and Occupational Therapy Graduates, B.Pharm, M.Pharm, Graduates or Post-Graduate Diploma holders in Clinical Research, Life Sciences, or BioSciences. The admission process involves a detailed selection procedure, including a Group Discussion and Personal Interview conducted by ICRI.

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