The Development, Implementation and Assessment of Novel Training in Domain-based Competencies, or “DIAMOND” project, is a collaborative effort by the University of Michigan, University of Rochester, Ohio State and Tufts University to provide competency-based education and training to clinical research professionals. The primary objectives of this project are to develop an online educational portal for competency-based educational offerings and assessments, demonstrate integration of the curriculum in order to promote the most effective and efficient execution of clinical trials, and to disseminate these educational offerings to broader audiences at research institutions across the United States.
The DIAMOND Project
An overview of the Development, Implementation, and Assessment of Novel Training in Domain-based Competencies (DIAMOND) Project.
The DIAMOND Team
A listing of the DIAMOND team members at each site. DIAMOND is a collaborative project between the Ohio State University, Tufts University, University of Michigan, and the University of Rochester.
An outline of DIAMOND’s specific aims and study activities, which focus on the creation of an online educational portal for the Clinical Research Professional workforce based on the ECRPTQ competencies.
A brief description of the competency domains that are included within the Enhancing Clinical Research Professionals’ Training and Qualifications (ECRPTQ) framework.