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, The Ohio State University 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 shared competency-based educational offerings and assessments, demonstrate the utility of an e-portfolio system for individualized professional development planning, and to disseminate these educational offerings to broader audiences at research institutions across the United States.
About the Project
An overview of the Development, Implementation, and Assessment of Novel Training in Domain-based Competencies (DIAMOND) Project.
The DIAMOND Portal
A discovery learning space that includes access to competency-based clinical research training offerings and assessments.
e-Portfolio & Individualized Professional Development Planning
A unique e-Portfolio system powered by Portfolium.com
User Guides and Resources
Helpful tools and instructional guides to help you make the most of the DIAMOND Portal and e-Portfolio.