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TDR Training - Effective project planning and evaluation in biomedical research

Training Overview

During the four-day course participants work on their own research project and go through the various steps of project management. By the end of the course participants have clearly defined their project by setting goals, objectives, and measurable indicators, have developed a complete and realistic implementation plan and have defined an effective team work process. Researchers are more confident, have developed a more profound sense of responsibility and accountability and have increased their awareness of the value and challenges of working in teams.

Partners

Special Programme for Research and  Training in Tropical Diseases(TDR) - WHO, UNICEF, UNDP, World Bank

Centro Internacional de Entrenamiento e Investigaciones Médicas (International center for Training and Medical Research)- Colombia

Training Materials

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  

 

 

 

 

 

Effective project planning and evaluation in biomedical research: Brochure [Spanish]

 

 

 

 

 Effective project planning and evaluation in biomedical research: Trainers’ manuals

Trainers' Manual 

Step-by-Step Manual

Train-the-Trainer Manual

 

 

Effective project planning and evaluation in biomedical research: Participants' manual [Only in Spanish]

 

 

This page http://bit.ly/TDR_PAHO_CIDEIM

Home Research: www.paho.org/ResearchPortal

What's New

  • Report: Evaluation of the Evidence Informed Policy Networks (EVIPNet). August 2010 -July 2012

    EVIPNet Americas consists of national multidisciplinary teams, with different structures, and different knowledge translation processes, either because of the political subjects they approach or the time devoted to addressing said problems. Some teams work independently while others still need to grow stronger. Taking into account that the overall objective of EVIPNet is to bridge the gap between the use of research in the decision making process regarding programs, policies and laws and that it has been launched in the Americas in 2007, its impact and some results should already be available for their review. From August 2010 to June 2012, eight (8) EVIPNet workshops were developed, and they involved 16 countries and 277 subjects; and eight (8) evidence informed briefs for policies were finished. Other 16 are being developed. icon Report in English

Introduction by Norka Ruiz Bravo
EVIPNet into practice

  EVIPNet Country Projects
EVIPNet Documents, videos, and resources

 Contact:

EVIPNet Americas, Pan American Health Organization.

525, 23rd St. NW,Washington, D.C. 20037-2895

EVIPNET@paho.org 


This page: http://www.paho.org/researchportal/EVIPNet

Abridged link: http://bit.ly/EVIPNetAmericasEng

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